Princess Mononoke - Star Wars Episode VII Crossover

Kylo Ren: Look everyone! This is what the Dark Side looks like! This is what it does when it catches hold of you! It’s eating me alive, and very soon now it will kill me. Fear and anger only make it grow faster!

General Hux: I’m getting a little bored of this curse of yours, Kylo. Let me just cut the damn thing off!

Poe: Finn! My little Flower!

Finn: Don’t you little flower me, you scared me half to death!

Finn: Why don’t you take off your mask? I bet you’re really handsome…

(Later, Kylo removes his mask while Finn’s not looking. Finn: Hey…! You’re not handsome, you’re GORGEOUS!!)

Luke as the Forest Spirit - everybody’s looking for him and he has no speaking lines.

Han: These days, there are angry ghosts all around us - dead from wars, sickness, starvation - and nobody cares. So you say you’re under a curse? So what? So’s the whole damn galaxy.


Kylo: Reaches for Rey

Rey: Stabs Kylo

Kylo: Just keeps looking sad

Rey: Lets Kylo hug her.

This is 100% the fault of @futurerustfuture-dust who came up with the idea. Because who wouldn’t want to see the story of Ben Solo, Prince of his People, who has been cursed by the Dark Side and must now travel to the Western Reaches to see with eyes unclouded by hate?

Hayao Miyazaki's 'Final' Film Begins 3-Year Production in October
Studio Ghibli hires animators for Spirited Away director's last feature

posted on 2017-05-19 I guess you shall hurry up, if you want to be one of these animators. Remember; it is needed you can speak Japanese. ^.^ Read more by following this link.


Kiki’s Delivery Service is one of those movies that I feel any aspiring artist should see. The struggle of Kiki in this movie is one that ANYONE who wants to further themselves goes through, that transition from taking what you love to do to something that you make a living off of.

As artists we have all been in the place where Kiki is. That place where we can’t draw anything right, can’t paint anything right, can’t sculpt anything right, that place where everything comes out wrong over and over and we begin to question if we’re actually good enough for the talents and skills that used to come to us like second nature when we were just using them for fun. That place where we want to give up because we suddenly can’t ‘fly’ like we want to, because everything seems too difficult to do that. 

But that doesn’t mean it isn’t there, just because it isn’t working right then and there when you want it to be. If you can always fly, then it wouldn’t make those times when you did as special. It isn’t necessarily easy to grow up, nor is it necessarily easy to live with the artistic struggle of losing inspiration. But you can’t just throw up your hands and say ‘No, I can’t do it anymore’ because you’ll NEVER fly if you do that. 

You gotta wobble before you stand.