malfaiteur bienfaisant

Левиафан or Levi, a fan; either interpretation is equally canon. This patchwork otter runs on a mixture of tea and feels, has a penchant for doomed ships, and writes a lot. They also have a slight Russell Crowe problem, but we don't talk about that.


As seen on Ao3, but with more eye candy!

I RP for my sanity. Lost or found, you decide.
Javert || Jean Valjean

vejiicakes:

we kept our secrets and rules [fullview at ao3]

Gift illustration for the wonderful drcalvin, based on her own deliciously dark Madeleine-era steampunk dystopia The Tale of Hundred-Faced Jean & the Brass-Hearted Inspector [x]

(Made as part of our second miseres exchange [x], for the request “Valjean, Javert; What-If Scenario”)

lemiotax:

because i need to drawing more malkovert
inspired this post

lemiotax:

because i need to drawing more malkovert

inspired this post

I have often been severe in my life towards others. It was just. I did right. Now if I were not severe towards myself, all I have justly done would become injustice. Should I spare myself more than others? No. What! if I should be prompt only to punish others and not myself, I should be a wretched indeed!

(Source: lady-arryn)

guinevak:

(burn it down)
threadbaremillionaire:

Man, Gavroche isn’t even my favorite he’s just the most fun to draw. Plus a bonus Enjolras.

threadbaremillionaire:

Man, Gavroche isn’t even my favorite he’s just the most fun to draw. Plus a bonus Enjolras.

Gino Quilico - Comme un Homme

ilikeunderstudiesandethanfreeman:

Gino Quilico - Comme un Homme (Bring Him Home)

Quebec; October 19, 2008

From a short running, non-replica Quebec production. Gino is so strange, not that he has a weird voice or anything but he is considered a “lyric baritone”, which is a baritone sound but a tenor range. Yet, he transposes every single high part of the score down EXCEPT the B4 in “Who Am I?”, which is Valjean’s highest note. Why take down all the other stuff then keep the highest note? It just seems odd to me. Anyway, his BHH is beautiful. Enjoy :)

(via vouksen)

imaginehowistouchthecarlos:

i take musicals very seriously

imaginehowistouchthecarlos:

i take musicals very seriously

threadbaremillionaire:

A while ago I had this other Les Mis dream where Javert was an FBI agent and Valjean was his criminal partner that uses his criminal knowledge to help like in that one show White Collar that I never watched. It would be called Black and White in reference to Javert’s views on morality and also Valjean’s nickname as Monsieur Leblanc.

threadbaremillionaire:

A while ago I had this other Les Mis dream where Javert was an FBI agent and Valjean was his criminal partner that uses his criminal knowledge to help like in that one show White Collar that I never watched. It would be called Black and White in reference to Javert’s views on morality and also Valjean’s nickname as Monsieur Leblanc.

meladoodle:

prosecutorblackquill:

what if u woke up and ur fav fictional character was snuggled next to u and they were like “good morning”

nemo.. you cant be here.. your dad will be worried sick

(Source: anticrystalist, via pasqualinoh)

lucifer-est-le-ange-noir:

And finally, one of my other favourite bits with Vimes in it: The rants he goes off on vis-a-vis republicanism.

Again, les mis people, take note.

“Sam Vimes once arrested me for treason. And Sam Vimes arrested a dragon. Sam Vimes stopped a war between nations by arresting two high commands. He’s an arresting fellow, Sam Vimes. Sam Vimes killed a werewolf with his bare hands and carries the law with him like a lamp…”

—   Lord Havelock Vetinari, Thud! (Terry Pratchett)

(Source: randombrethren)

dorian-grace:

fuckyeahhistorycrushes:

starberryboos:


"ey touch my bongos"


i am still laughing at this i am so sorry i just rly want to share it with you allits important history

#memento these moris   

dorian-grace:

fuckyeahhistorycrushes:

starberryboos:

"ey touch my bongos"

i am still laughing at this i am so sorry
i just rly want to share it with you all
its important history

#memento these moris   

(via wintysoldy)

chess-ka:


How do they rise up?

There was discussion a while back about Idris Elba Vimes. So here we have His Grace, The Duke of Ankh, Commander Sir Samuel Vimes, vaguely modelled on the magnificent Idris Elba.

chess-ka:

How do they rise up?

There was discussion a while back about Idris Elba Vimes. So here we have His Grace, The Duke of Ankh, Commander Sir Samuel Vimes, vaguely modelled on the magnificent Idris Elba.

“But the warriors true, the brave of heart,
Who valiantly upheld the right,
They are raised on high, to the velvet sky,
Bringing light to the darkness of night.”

—   Brian Jacques (High Rhulain)

(Source: writeswithafist, via riseofthefirebird)

(Source: asksamvimes)