Every word ever spoken by Jim Moriarty.
Welcome to the greatest Sherlock blog ever where alicexz and her (VERY) occasional co-mods andells and blue cry about all their feelings. This is the support group that's going to help you get through this difficult time... the gaping hole in your heart caused by yet another ridiculously long hiatus. Stay strong and reblog ALL THE #FANART.
REBLOGGING AGAIN BECAUSE I’VE FINALLY UNDERSTOOD IT. OH MY F*CKING GOD, IT NOW EVEN MORE FUNNY
HOLY SHIT RELEVANT
A criminal strain ran in his blood, which, instead of being modified, was increased and rendered infinitely more dangerous by his extraordinary mental powers… He is the Napoleon of Crime, Watson, the organiser of half that is evil and nearly all that is undetected in this great city. He is a genius, a philosopher, an abstract thinker. He has a brain of the first order. He sits motionless, like a spider in the center of his web, but that web has a thousand radiations, and he knows well every quiver of each of them.
Ugh can I just say how much I fucking LOVE that BBC!Moriarty is SO different from other incarnations of Moriarty YET SOMEHOW STILL fits this description to a fucking T. So perfectly, perfectly conceptualized and performed - the genius (“I gave you my number…”) and the motionless (“I don’t like getting my hands dirty.”) sdkfjksdfj just, all the feelings ugh this show.
I freaking love him I got so many chills from this performance
First Benedict and now Andrew also said series 2 is even better than the first. And isn’t it exciting that Moriarty is going to be in all three new episodes?!
And Andrew called Benedict “the best Sherlock you could imagine.” :D
These gifs are really sharp and and really pretty and make me wanna snuggle up to Jim’s really sharp suit and really pretty vampire psycho face
“…and there, deep down in that dreadful caldron of swirling water and seething foam, will lie for all time the most dangerous criminal and the foremost champion of the law of their generation.”
The Final Problem - Arthur Conan Doyle