I did a thing a while back (a
year ago, in fact) where I tried to make a primer for sports
animes. I have since watched Many, Many More so let’s do this
again (still no Daiya no Ace tho). Based purely on my own
meandering experience, here’s a hopefully comprehensive guide on
picking your next set of adoptive sons.
There’s ten shows so this is going to be
long, you guys. Just… so long. And there will be many exclamation points.
The Miraculous Calendar project is a collaboration of artists who joined together to create a free to download 2017 calendar celebrating Miraculous Ladybug, as well as a fully illustrated Holiday and Cultural Guidebook with information about the holidays and traditions that the characters on the show would have marked on their own calendars.
The calendar itself is comprised of a collection of fanart, the traditional 12 month calendar grid, annotated National French Holidays, important dates for the ML fandom, and many other features.
The supplementary illustrated guidebook contains more art, and a written guide to the various holidays included on the calendar, with information on the holiday itself, as well how they are celebrated and their significance to the cultures represented in the Miraculous Ladybug universe. (This is a fun introductory resource for people looking to learn more about the cultures of the characters, either for personal knowledge or for a resource for their own artistic projects)
If you would like to download the ML 2017 Calendar Project please continue reading under the cut!
“Excruciating” does not even begin to characterize the degree of pain in her back and neck. It is so intense that she briefly loses consciousness on the way out of the barn, coming to in Doggett’s arms in the middle of the road, surrounded by flashing lights and police sirens. His hold on her slips, and his blood-slick hands grip tighter to compensate; lightning shoots up her spine, making her groan.
“I need some help here!” he bellows.
Agony stretches minutes into hours, during which she is dimly aware of being loaded into the back of a squad car. Her head is lifted from the seat and set on someone’s lap, and in her semi-lucid state she sighs with relief that Mulder has come back to rescue her like always. He’s telling her to stay awake, to stay with him, but there’s something wrong with his voice, and she fights to open her eyes so she can see why he sounds so different.
But her eyelids are leaden, and she’s distracted from the mystery of his voice by the thought that she had better not bleed out in his arms just after she’s gotten him back.