Guardians of Childhood

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☀︎ At the beach ☀︎

Jack: Can’t deal with the heat, but was forced by the Guardians to come along (he doesn’t want to admit it, but he’s having a good time)

North & Sandy: Sandy was supposed to help build insane sand sculptures but fell asleep on the job

Tooth & Bunny: Taking a beach volleyball match against some punks way too seriously

Pitch & Emily Jane: “Crocs might be ugly, but they’re very comfortable”

+ Bonus Emily Jane & Jack, because I have the feeling they’d get along wonderfully

We’re re-reading “Guardians of Childhood” by William Joyce. And this first scene that features Pitch goes SO WELL with “Rise of the Guardians” OST “Dreamsand” at the beginning of movie!

We’re on team “MiM’s bad”.

We won’t believe that person who first destroyed Pirates and then—the greatest culture there ever was, would unintentionally loose four fights. He MUST have some plan!

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I see a lot of people mixing Guardians of Childhood books with the Rise of the Guardians movie, and I’m totally into that, I love it when people do that, 

but the books and movie are actually pretty different. I wanted to make a fine line between what is in the books, and what is in the movie. That way, people won’t get confused or we can look at things from a different perspective. 

I probably have left out a lot, and maybe forgotten a few things, but these are just the basics. 

There are still a few books yet to come out for The Guardians of Childhood, so we don’t have full confirmation for a lot of things. 

As for the movie, I really don’t see a sequel happening anytime soon, so I just went with the information we were given. 

Otherwise, feel free to use this as a reference for any art or fan fictions you guys want to make! Any questions? Go ahead and ask~ <3 

~~~~Guardians of Childhood VS Rise of the guardians ~~~~

E. Aster Bunnymund is an ancient creature known as a “Pooka”, though to humans he is most widely known as the “Easter Bunny”. He is immeasurably old, and has borne witness to many ages and eras, both before and after the dawn of humanity. But of all eras, none are quite as fabled, glorious, or inspiring as the Golden Age, where magnificent ships sailed the stars, and the most beautiful of dreams were only a hair’s breadth from reality.

To this day, he paints masterpieces reflecting the Golden Age on, appropriately, golden eggs. There can be no better canvas for his masterful artworks, as the egg is considered the holiest and most beautiful of shapes to his people, representing new life, restoration, growth, and rebirth.

His people have also perfected the art of chocolate making, and he creates many sweet wonders- which he shares with the children of the world, once per year.. As well as those who are children at heart.

His greatest golden masterpieces he carefully hides in the secret places of the world- he is extremely clever, but you may find them any day of the year in secret, magical places, if you only look hard enough..

“Your poetry is very sincere, Wirt!  I’m sure Sara will want to read these.  They’re all of your deepest thoughts, but put into words!  That’s a priceless treasure.”

When Greg and Wirt return Kailash to her Mother Goose, it turns out that Katherine has found something of theirs as well.  An exchange happens, but not before she can give Wirt a literary review.

Okay so I’m so excited for William Joyce’s next Guardians of Childhood Book that I was inspired by his picture book this page specifically down here *points down*

to make the image at the top. Now if you know some stuff about it you would know who is on the other cliff, and if not I’m gonna let you guys guess. There’s a whole story on why, but I’m gonna save that for later. 

A good vs. evil holiday smackdown for the ages!! Santa Claus vs. Krampus (the yuletide demon who drags the naughty to Hell on Christmas Eve). Here’ a version of that fight I’ve been waiting all year to draw, Rise of the Guardian’s Russian Santa: Nicholas St. North versus Michael Dougherty’s Krampus!