tamerobot:

this is how redlines work right

tamerobot:

this is how redlines work right

asker

batbrobeyond asked: Mass Effect!

ohhicas:

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I have never played a single second of this game nor have I ever had the urge to but this guy looks like a pissed off frog and I enjoy that

Pretty much.

And he’s voiced by Steve Blum.

I am prepared at any moment of the day to inundate you with additional information about the character or the series upon request.

makanidotdot:

might as well post where that tenzin sketch was from

what if the season didn’t open with bumi discovering his bending.  what if he thought his last few shoreleaves were a little too fruitful

"Don’t lecture me on race relations. I don’t have a molecule of prejudice. I’ve been in battle with every kind of man there is. I’ve been in bed with every kind of woman there is - from Northern Water Tribe peasants to Fire Nation nobles. If I’d even been to the South Pole, there’d be a hell of a lot of penguin-seals who looked like me."

harmoniaz:

preshiram:

this shiny pokemon thing is getting almost as bad as the acnl villager trade was a few months ago. we were literally slave trading these animals for money/better animals. incredible

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You know what shiny Pokemon breeding reminds me of, more than anything?

This guy, from Mass Effect 2.

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The Tank-Grown Krogan. One of an army of cast-off clones, each one intended to be the perfect soldier, each one discarded the moment that their creator determined they were “not perfect.”

Watch that scene and tell me it’s not the voice of a discarded Gible (or something similar) giving voice to the confused suffering of its rejection.

(via ohhicas)

morgiecorgi:

now THAT is some exposure right there

No kidding.

morgiecorgi:

now THAT is some exposure right there

No kidding.

(via brotherhoodoftofuv2)

kiapurity:

siawrites:

bigbardafree:

djtetsuo89:

danistotallyuncool:

gatoishwary:

ttripod:

jodyrobots:

whaa

WHATS THIS MOVIE!?

I WISH I KNEW!!!

The name of this movie is Top Secret

Dude, top secret is such a good movie.

this movie has an entire bar fight sequence that takes place underwater

for no reason at all

And It. Was. Awesome.

Oh my god, I need to see this movie again, it’s been too long!

It is indeed Top Secret!. Note the exclamation point. It’s the lesser-known cousin of Airplane!, made by the same people.

It’s a riff on both Cold War spy movies and Elvis movies.

bloodpactgirlscout:

icantspellbuterfly:

bloodpactgirlscout:

so the saddest shortest story is attributed to hemingway:
"For sale: baby shoes, never worn."
and this came to me at breakfast and i thought it was hilarious. 

pls don’t ruin hemingway for me.

no i will continue to do that

bloodpactgirlscout:

icantspellbuterfly:

bloodpactgirlscout:

so the saddest shortest story is attributed to hemingway:

"For sale: baby shoes, never worn."

and this came to me at breakfast and i thought it was hilarious. 

pls don’t ruin hemingway for me.

no i will continue to do that

(via championfaust)

Wherein Tori miscalculates, as drawn by Psu.
A couple of past artists have drawn Tori holding her co-protagonist Avani in a sort of heroic rescue pose. The thing is, despite looking completely normal, Avani exhibits outsized strength, physical durability, and weight. She’s not simply strong, she’s dense.
Which is easy to forget until you try to show off by carrying her.
Tori’s doing very well to remain standing.
(Read more about their adventures at Aether Torrent.)

Wherein Tori miscalculates, as drawn by Psu.

A couple of past artists have drawn Tori holding her co-protagonist Avani in a sort of heroic rescue pose. The thing is, despite looking completely normal, Avani exhibits outsized strength, physical durability, and weight. She’s not simply strong, she’s dense.

Which is easy to forget until you try to show off by carrying her.

Tori’s doing very well to remain standing.

(Read more about their adventures at Aether Torrent.)

nadiaoxford:

chirart:

fauxsquared:

for those who do not know who cybersix is.

I always feel so pained when people don’t know Cybersix.

Cybersix is a forgotten national treasure of Canadian programming — it’s an unexpected collaboration between the Japanese studio TMS Animation and the Canadian animation network Teletoon. It’s a loose adaptation of the Argentine comic of the same name and cancelled only after a 13 episode season run (probably because it was too good to exist) and market distribution thereafter has been limited and obscure at best.

The MC is genderqueer/nonbinary who presents as a male teacher by day and a lady crime fighter by night, has a brother who also happens to be a panther who also fights crime, has a bara love interest who is drawn to both identities, the villains are ex-Nazi SS agents, AMAZING ANIMATION, and so many other great things.

Also the opening is gorgeous.

I was around during the ancient, ancient days of the Cybersix fandom in its prime. In its earliest weeks, we collaborated on TMS’s actual message board and got bits of official information here and there.

Long story short: There would have been a second season if the show was a success in the United States, which it was not. There was a single run-through of the episodes on Fox Kids, and it took a while for the station to even grab that; as you might imagine, the cross-dressing angle didn’t fly.

(The cartoon was massively toned down from the original comic to begin with. It had some seriously adult stuff in there.)

The episodes on Fox were heavily censored, some eps were cut entirely, the intro was done away with (WHY), and silent moments were stuffed with silly, mismatched dialogue (the main reason I couldn’t stand, and still can’t stand, Fox Kids’ dub of Digimon). Popular opinion is that Fox bought Cybersix to compete with WB’s Batman Beyond (it’s also believed they picked up / butchered Escaflowne around the same time to compete with Evangelion).

It happened a lot to Canadian-produced cartoons in the ’90s. Remember Clone High? Want to know why there isn’t more Clone High? Consult the reasons above, but replace Fox Kids with MTV.

One exception: Reboot kept on in Canada while the show was dropped in the US. Since standards are a bit laxer up here, the rest of season two and season three were kind of amazing.

Not trying to project some kind of great Canadian superiority here - the States produces some great stuff, and I think Adventure Time is brilliant and takes all kinds of crazy, admirable chances - but when you grow up watching a home-grown show that suddenly ends because “America didn’t like it, so we can’t get the money we need” it doesn’t do much to soothe the ol’ Canadian inferiority complex.