… show me cuter gif than this one
not cute enough you say?
how about laying-an-egg-merlin?
no no no this isn’t right
how about this?
and let’s not forget
the fishy face of adorable death
Rating: PG-13 (mentions of sex but no actual sex )
Word Count: 37k
Arthur was 4 when Prince Merlin Was born. And since that moment he was marked, as the laws and traditions went, His knight and protector.
For years Merlin hated having arthur as his shadow. never alone. For years Arthur hated the tattoo marking him as a shadow. Until they didn’t anymore.
I honestly think is an EXTREMELY underrated fic in the fandom. IT’S AMAZING!!!!!!!!! Merlin is a prince and Arthur is his shadow ( basically a bodyguard/ servant-ish). He follows Merlin around and checks around him for evil intent. He’s basically described as magical, which isn’t something a lot of fics do with Arthur. It still follows the storyline of Uther hating magic because it makes his wife die and the knights of the round table come together. I also loved how this fic incorporated how Merlin and Arthur would get tired of hanging around each other sometime but also having a bond.
It’s truly engaging and I really can’t write anymore about it because I always write spoilers to fics when I write too much (ಥ_ಥ)
( There is mentioning of past rape of a minor character and also a branding of a person (major character) so if you’re triggered uM don’t read.)
I don’t usually recommend ficus, but this one was just brilliant. A completely unique twist on the Arthur/Merlin story and extremely well written. Please read it.
Colin at Comic-Con 2012
I would take either or all of the above in a heartbeat, but if I had to choose my favorite medium for watching Colin, then I’d say none of the above.
While Colin’s talent really shines in both TV and Movies, there is absolutely nothing like watching him perform live in a play. You can’t really experience the full effect of his charisma and ridiculous amount of talent unless he is right there in front of you.
Colin seems to thrive in the immediate give-and-take of a live audience and by the end of the play, he just glows; beams with a happiness and love of his craft that doesn’t come through that sharply or strongly in any other medium.
Colin Morgan arrives for the Irish Film and Television Awards 2012 at the Dublin Convention Centre on February 11, 2012 in Dublin, Ireland.
He looks so happy