gargoyles hudson


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Ahem.. Unless you two want to stay like that for the next twelve hours, we better go.”

(I just can’t with this guy basically being the proud cockblocker of the entire clan. He can have all my love and affection, though, regardless if he wants it or not. Disapproving traditionalist grandpa - no hugs until you wed her first, Goliath.)


Today’s characters are:Anna (Over the Garden Wall), Randy Cunningham (Randy Cunningham: 9th Grade Ninja) and Rick Sanchez (Rick & Morty)

I really like seeing what they did to flesh out Anna’s character in the Over the Garden Wall comics. If it wouldn’t ruin the majesty of the mini-series, it’d be great to see them animated // I went through 6 different ideas for this before I decided to just pick one and go with it. I remember marathoning RC9GN while cooking Easter dinner a few years ago, at 1st the faux slang is annoying but soon it becomes pretty Bruce // I based this Rick pic off of a ending skit from a Headcanon Hive . hope Rick and Morty comes back soon, I need my fix.

Tomorrow’s characters are: Hudson (Gargoyles), Opal (Steven Universe) and Aquamarine (Steven Universe)

Gargoyles: Hudson [INFJ]


Introverted Intuition (Ni): Hudson is a quiet yet wise and perceptive gargoyle. He’s often good at understanding people: for example, he could tell at first sight that Princess Katherine was a good person deep down, yet that she was going to be very damaged by the lies she was told as a child. He’s a confident person and despite his old-fashioned looks, he’s really future-oriented: he’s the one who tells Xanatos to care about his legacy.

Extroverted Feeling (Fe): Hudson is very kind and caring. He’s protective of his loved ones and a good listener. Sometimes he acts “too nice”: he never tells of 8-years-old Katherine off when she acts like a brat. Both his Ni and Fe make him a great mentor for the Manhattan Clan.

Introverted Thinking (Ti): Watch ‘The Price’ and/or ‘Long way to morning’. In both episodes, Hudson uses logic to solve unexpected problems alone. He’s rather good at using this function. Also, sometimes he asks a lot of questions to prove a point (does the sky have a name? Does this river have a name?)

Extroverted Sensing (Se): Despite being a trained warrior, Hudson doesn’t enjoy fighting much. It’s straining for him and he often prefers to stay home and watch television in a nice, comfy armchair. Too many sounds and lights overwhelm him and it took him time before he adapted to Manhattan.