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I CANT BELIEVE I DIDNT SEE IT EARLIER! OH MY!!!! dEAN TRYING TO KILL sAM!!  Supernatural Comic Con 2014 - Season 10 Scene

I CANT BELIEVE I DIDNT SEE IT EARLIER! OH MY!!!! dEAN TRYING TO KILL sAM!! Supernatural Comic Con 2014 - Season 10 Scene

"I’m inside your grapefruit, Sam. You can’t lie to me. I see it all — how odd you always felt, how… out of place in that… family of yours. And why shouldn’t you have? They were foster care — at best. I’m your real family.  All those times you ran away, you weren’t running from them. You were running towards me. This doesn’t have to be a bad thing, you know.  I want you to be happy, Sam.”

"I’m inside your grapefruit, Sam. You can’t lie to me. I see it all — how odd you always felt, how… out of place in that… family of yours. And why shouldn’t you have? They were foster care — at best. I’m your real family. All those times you ran away, you weren’t running from them. You were running towards me. This doesn’t have to be a bad thing, you know. I want you to be happy, Sam.”

Billye Brim says if you only knew how much power you have in the Blood of Jesus. It's what you don't see that really matters.

Billye Brim says if you only knew how much power you have in the Blood of Jesus. It's what you don't see that really matters.

"Alright, new plan. For the duration of the apocalypse, all supernatural fans go to the center of this thing. Safest place on earth, in the middle of a fucking devils trap."

"Alright, new plan. For the duration of the apocalypse, all supernatural fans go to the center of this thing. Safest place on earth, in the middle of a fucking devils trap."

Castiel: Or… I don’t die – I’m brought back again. I see now. It’s a punishment resurrection. It’s worse every time. #spn

Castiel: Or… I don’t die – I’m brought back again. I see now. It’s a punishment resurrection. It’s worse every time. #spn

With the undeniable proliferation of monsters across all platforms of media, how can we still question the cultural impact of the monster? Though we have left belief in the supernatural and “realness” of monsters in the past, we continue to craft monstrous narratives which delve into the depths of the human subconscious. Monsters seem to be here to stay.   In certain cases, we love to love the monster. In others, we bond over mutual desire to see it conquered, vanquished.

With the undeniable proliferation of monsters across all platforms of media, how can we still question the cultural impact of the monster? Though we have left belief in the supernatural and “realness” of monsters in the past, we continue to craft monstrous narratives which delve into the depths of the human subconscious. Monsters seem to be here to stay. In certain cases, we love to love the monster. In others, we bond over mutual desire to see it conquered, vanquished.

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