"My profession requires me study to study both animals and homosapiens in their natural habitat, and that’s exactly what I’ve been doing these past few nights i’ve spent with you. Please by any means do not think that you are in any sort of way complicated. I had you figured out the second you opened your mouth.” - Mrs. Sanchez
"It’s incredible that a man of so many brilliant thoughts could be so lonely. I suppose when you travel the universe as many times as you have one realizes just how alone they really are." - Mrs. Sanchez
Just some things I think she would have said :)
Well here it is, my young Rick and Beth’s Mom (I’m sure the show will give her a cooler name but I just call her (Bonnie) for the sake of story telling.
Rick Sanchez, Scientific Genius Dr. Stephens, an acclaimed Ethologist and Anthropologist. (Hint towards Beth’s interest in animals)
You can read the whole theory of their meeting here! I hope you enjoy and feedback appreciated!
This has been a project I’ve been doing for art class. We had to make Name Art (similar to google designs but using our names), and we had to express our creativity and things about ourselves. For this project, I did a theme of Fictional Characters (4 cartoon series + 1 graphic novel I read this summer, Scott Pilgrim). My coloring is a bit, bleh, but all in all, I really love how this came out and have lots of faith in it. I hope you enjoy this!
F - Wander and Sylvia (Wander Over Yonder by Craig McCracken)
R - Robin, Cyborg, Raven, Starfire, and Beast Boy (Teen Titans Go! by Sam Register)
A - Scott Pilgrim and Ramona Flowers (Scott Pilgrim series by Bryan Lee O’Malley)
N - Finn, Jake, and Marceline (Adventure Time by Pendleton Ward)
K - Pearl, Amethyst, and Steven (Steven Universe by Rebecca Sugar)
Sketch of the day: Freaky Fred (Courage the Cowardly Dog.)
He’s likely the most favorite, and the most creepy, antagonist of the kids’ show. He works as a barber, with an unhealthy love/obsession for hair. I rewatched the episode of his holiday-visit today, and I almost forgot how sadistic Fred was, lawl. XD
They’re cute. They’re fun. And they’re powerful! The Cartoon Network classic Powerpuff Girls returns to comics in this collection of comic-book adventures. This fourth volume collects issues #17–22 of the DC series. John Rozum, Brett Lewis, Tr (via Powerpuff Girls Classics Vol. 4: Picture Perfect)