Call me dense but I’d have expected Navy to mention Homeworld in her betrayal, but she didn’t. I agree that she’s by far the smartest Ruby we’ve come across, but that still doesn’t mean she’ll act logically. With the ship I expect her to gather her rubies, but I don’t think she’s going straight to the diamonds. Navy is all about revenge. I think Garnet allowed the events to play out because Navy betraying them leads her to bringing the Rubies back to Earth for a final showdown especially once Eyeball tells them about Rose’s gem. I think Garnet’s future vision saw either gaining Navy as a comrade or capturing all five of the Rubies if Navy betrayed them. It’s a stretch but it’s a possibility that explains Garnet’s passivity without lessening her character
So, yesterday I made quite a last minute decision to watch this performance after all, which of course meant I had to hope I could still get a ticket on the day itself. Although it turned out the be a lottery, because too many people showed up, I got lucky and secured myself a seat (on the 3rd row, far right corner). The seat itself wasn’t all that bad, it was just that… from the angle I was watching none of the projections actually lined up with the actors. Actually, I think only the people in the center block of the theater (and maybe those far in the back) really got to enjoy all the spectacle of the projections… and from my angle the moveable “screens” were also pretty pointless (for some scenes they should really just have used screens that covered te whole stage and not just the middle section, but on the other hand it was also fun tho have a peek at the “backstage”)… But anyway, that’s pretty much the only complaints I have about this show! Really, it was awesome and definitly worth the money of the ticket. If you love Naruto (and musicals) and you have a chance to watch it, I reccomend you do!
Something you would like to see more than anything in a cartoon: Pixel art artstyle. That would be fucking beautiful. And I mean more than just a one-episode video game parody or some pixel sprites over a plain background.
A trope or trend in animation that you dislike: I’m getting tired of the thin-outline flat-colors art style almost every CN show has now.
A cancelled/forgotten cartoon you would bring back to television: All of the best ones (like Invader Zim, Xiaolin Showdown, Ōban or Samurai Jack) were already brought back or are being brought back soon.
I guess Jimmy Neutron or Jackie Chan Adventures returning could be neat.
Crack theory time: what if Chase finds a way to patch up the remains of the Queen’s Gambit and brings it back to Lian Yu, forcing a final showdown with Oliver onboard the same boat that started Oliver’s whole journey ten years ago? What would be more symbolic than forcing Oliver to fight him for William’s life onboard the exact same boat that killed his father all those years ago?
The only problem with this theory is that in 1x13 Malcolm ordered Moira to have the remains destroyed…but then who’s to say she actually DID? What if she hid the boat somewhere else instead, giving herself the possibility of insurance against Malcolm later on?
It’s not impossible to think that Chase was able to track the remains and find a way to fix it up. He doesn’t necessarily have to make it seaworthy, either. He would just have to fix it up enough that it would float, and then haul it in on a bigger boat and set it offshore.
if there’s one thing i know it’s that pidge had to get her sass from somewhere like i bet it runs in the family so when (not if, when) they rescue matt and sam i’m waiting for the holt siblings showdown and i’m bringing a video camera
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two of you went back to John’s room and ran right into Sam who was stalking in
with a duffle bag. Dean stood right in front of him trying to get his
attention. “Sammy! Tell me you can friggin’ hear me man; there’s something in
the hospital. Now you’ve gotta us back and we’ve gotta hunt this thing, Sam!”
No response from Sam. You threw your hands up in the air.
the hell are we supposed to do if nobody can fucking hear or see us but us?”
You crossed your arms over your chest and slammed your back into the wall.
For awhile now I’ve been wondering why no one had drawn Wuya’s rebirth in the style of the Birth of Venus but then I was like “Hey! I do art, why can’t I do it?” and then I was like “Good point!” and I think that brings us up to now
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Ok guys. Here goes. I am going to attempt to divert concern from Dave Strider, who the fandom seems to think is marked for extra-special death, to John Egbert, who actually might be. This is based primarily on character and thematic readings, which of course may be interpreted in different ways by different people. As you know, I am not Andrew Hussie. Thus, I obviously could be wrong. I don’t know what’s going to happen or what is intended. But allow me to make my case.
First of all, it would make no thematic sense to kill Dave forever.