<b>Andy Lincoln:</b> Richonne is the epitome of romance. It's a fated love between two warrior lovers that overcomes any and all challenges. Their love ends the war and is the cure to the walker epidemic. They'll get married on top of a mountain and have twelve babies and will live to be 100-years-old.<p/><b>Director:</b> Uh...Andy, I'm just asking if Rick could step back and give Michonne some space.<p/><b>Andy Lincoln:</b> <p/><b>Andy Lincoln:</b> It's just not realistic.<p/></p>
i’m going to be honest, this was literally one of the best things to ever happen in an anime. their relationship is so healthy and realistic and its actually treated seriously. its not used as a gag or bait to lure in lgbtq viewers, the series lets it develop along with the plot in a way that is so perfect and it
this normalizes same gendered couples and takes these kinds of relationships away from simply being a “weird sub-genre”. it’s proper representation, i really hope other production companies decide to follow in these footsteps. i don’t think i will ever be able to shut up about this
“The opening number is a perfect example of that dichotomy, because on the face of it it’s a very exciting, happy song, but there’s a lot of melancholy in it as well,” [Justin Hurwitz] says. You’ll find that melancholy right there in the title: “Another Day of Sun.” It’s upbeat, but there’s something a little weary about it too.