cumberhugger:

fallen.

Meta: I Use Antlers In All Of My Decorating

elucipher:

Oh, if only it were just in Will’s dreams…

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(TW: gore, violence, mutilation, cannibalism. Not to be blasé; but, y’know, it’s Hannibal. And spoilers up to 1.11, “Roti”.)

I’m going to call it the “Ravenstag”, because fans gave it that name in the early weeks of the show and now Bryan Fuller also calls it that so, arguably, it’s canon! 

This is a story of Will Graham’s uniquely strange mind and Hannibal’s fascination with it.   

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houseoflecter:

Hannibal + Reoccuring Themes/Objects

The actual sculpture is Elk by Pierre-Jules Mêne (1810-1879), a French sculptor and animalière. In Will’s dreams/hallucinations, he often sees an elk (aka the ravenstag) which symbolizes the state of his own mind. The stag also shares similar qualities to the Wendigo, a cannibalistic Algonquian mythological spirit. 

Here is a wonderful post I found that goes deeper into this symbolism.


hannibal + drugs

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actual-zackry:

dragonisasweetbear:

demonsee:

The Evolution Of Control

This person is holding the n64 controller terribly wrong

YOU CANT EVEN REACH START OR THE CONTROL STICK WHEN YOU HOLD IT LIKE THAT WHAT THE FUCK

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benedictervention:

gottaspendapenny:

By George, I think he’s got it! ;)

Yay!!!! At last!


aauroraskies:

Perception’s a tool that’s pointed on both ends.