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She officially didn’t but her expression is clear :).

He’s very fuckable. - Alana Bloom about Hannibal

Hannibal 2x09 Shiiizakana  High Quality Promo Photos

IT’S PISSING ME OFF TOO, IT’S SO UGLY URGH

Glad I’m not alone, let’s hope our joined cannibalistic forces will deal with that little piece of globe! Eat the globe!

he should be on his way any minute

Excellent! I start getting the bath ready and invite my rude neighbour, when he’s here, we can have some fun :).

That little rotating globe next to tumblr sign is starting to annoy me, can somebody please send Hannibal to eat it?

Reblog if you wouldn’t mind some curious anons

(Source: daezilly)

This painting in the Hannibal’s waiting room is part of a triptych called “Suzumi no hotaru” (納涼の蛍 - “Catching fireflies in the cool of the evening”).

The triptych is part of a larger collection called “Shiki no yuukan” (四季遊観 - “Pleasures of the Four Seasons”) by Utagawa Kuniyoshi and it dates from around 1843. Here you can see his many other art pieces.

Utagawa Kuniyoshi (歌川 国芳?, January 1, 1797[1] – April 14, 1861) was one of the last great masters of the Japanese ukiyo-e style of woodblock prints and painting. He was a member of the Utagawa school.

The range of Kuniyoshi’s subjects included many genres: landscapes, beautiful women, Kabuki actors, cats, and mythical animals. He is known for depictions of the battles of legendary samurai heroes. His artwork incorporated aspects of Western representation in landscape painting and caricature. (wiki)

This piece of art was not recognized by me, but by xshiromorix who send me the info. Sending hi and thanks for all us loving art in Hannibal! :)

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All descriptions of paintings in Hannibal are here.

Hannibal, novel:

Margot started to get up.

"Listen to me," the doctor hissed. "Mason will deny you. You know you’ll have to kill him, you’ve known it for twenty years. You’ve known it since he told you to bite the pillow and not make so much noise."

"Are you saying you’d do it for me? I could never trust you."

"No, of course not. But you could trust me never to deny that I did it. It would actually be more therapeutic for you to kill him yourself. You’ll remember I recommended that when you were a child.”

"`Wait until you can get away with it,’ you said. I took some comfort from that."

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In the novels was Margot obviously younger when she met our Good Doctor, but his advice is still the same :).

Reblog if you’re team Margot! :)
Another side team :). Margot Verger this time - and her brother will shortly follow I think. As you know, side teams are just for fun, the real thing is are you on:
Team Hannibal
Team Will
Or both? (reblog both)
All teams are here.

Reblog if you’re team Margot! :)

Another side team :). Margot Verger this time - and her brother will shortly follow I think. As you know, side teams are just for fun, the real thing is are you on:

All teams are here.

Hannibal, the novel:
"I like the smell of that liniment, it smells cool and lemony," Dr Lecter said. "Thank you for coming, Margot."
"That’s exactly what you said to me when the matron brought me into your office the first day. When they were doing pre-sentencing on Mason the first time."
"Is that what I said?"
Having just returned from the memory palace where he read over his interviews with Margot, he knew it to be so.
"Yes. I was crying, dreading to tell you about Mason and me. I was dreading having to sit down too. But you never asked me to sit - you knew I had stitches, didn’t you? We walked in the garden. Do you remember what you told me?"
"You were no more at fault for what happened to you- "
"-than if I had been bitten on the behind by a mad dog’ was what you said. You made it easy for me then, and the other visits too, and I appreciated it for a while.”
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Having Margot there is awesome! :) I really missed her in Hannibal, the movie.

Hannibal, the novel:

"I like the smell of that liniment, it smells cool and lemony," Dr Lecter said. "Thank you for coming, Margot."

"That’s exactly what you said to me when the matron brought me into your office the first day. When they were doing pre-sentencing on Mason the first time."

"Is that what I said?"

Having just returned from the memory palace where he read over his interviews with Margot, he knew it to be so.

"Yes. I was crying, dreading to tell you about Mason and me. I was dreading having to sit down too. But you never asked me to sit - you knew I had stitches, didn’t you? We walked in the garden. Do you remember what you told me?"

"You were no more at fault for what happened to you- "

"-than if I had been bitten on the behind by a mad dog’ was what you said. You made it easy for me then, and the other visits too, and I appreciated it for a while.”

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Having Margot there is awesome! :) I really missed her in Hannibal, the movie.