I’m really emotional about Tommy and Wanda’s relationship right now???
Because like Billy doesn’t need another mom, because his mom loves him, but Tommy? Poor little Tommy who grew up in a broken family, who spend most of his life in juvie halls, and feeling like he didn’t belong, but then they find Wanda, and Wanda loves him so unconditionally. And with Wanda came a whole family, an uncle who he can relate to, and a grandfather he admires.
I just really want mama’s boy Tommy Shepherd spending all his time with Wanda and having a happy family.
tedaltmans said: Maybe tommy shepherd in palette 3 and/or david alleyne in palette 10?
I did the thing where it looks like they’re doing dumb yearbook shenanigans because ahhh
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Also I drew another Tommy/David pic while doing these because I really cannot stop drawing them but that’s for another time (;ಥ///益///ಥ)
tommy pretends he doesn’t believe he’s wanda’s son but easily falls into obnoxious brother behavior with billy
tommy doesn’t have family, he’s used to being let down & abandoned & mistreated. tommy “i don’t have feelings” shepherd is scared to admit that he might have a real family, & he’s even more scared to admit that he actually wants a real family.
tommy “everything is a joke to me” shepherd doesn’t want to admit that he’s lonely & hurt, even though he still wants to be a YA after cassie & vision, even though he wants to fight for good, because if they don’t “the bad guys win.”
tommy “I DONT HAVE FEELINGS” shepherd got up in scott summers’ face & told him & the x-men off because they were a threat to wanda.
can we stop pretending like tommy is detached, can we stop pretending like tommy doesn’t care, can we stop pretending like billy is the only one who wants to know about his origins & his family.
does anyone else think that tommy calls wanda ‘mom’?
because i think that tommy calls wanda ‘mom’
Scarlet Mom. Every time. She’s not sure if it’s irritating or endearing because she can’t quite tell if it’s meant to be affectionate or insulting. He can’t quite tell either.