Second season of sarcastic human trash-bag getting stuck in RPG-world while baby-sitting narcissistic, exhibitionistic (self-proclaimed?) water-goddess who attracts trouble in all kinds of forms, an eccentric pyromaniac with a one word catch-phrase and a
noblewoman turned masochistic crusader.
4th or possibly 8th season of silverhaired, dead-eyed
samurai with sugar addiction who starts an odd-jobs and hires a pair of
glasses and a Chinese red-head from outer space…
Bread-loving and chain-smoking blonde is somehow involved in a political plot while also being stalked by his photographer best
friend who loves chocolate and is most probably in love with him.
Laid back chick makes drunken promise and is visited by magical
dragon/cute maid. They become soul-mates and adopt fluffy dragon
who’s also an adorable, bug-eating little girl who tried to f*** her classmate once… There’s also this other dragon/demon with heterochromiadic eyes and gag boobs who sexually harasses a 9 year old boy… and another
dragon/demon/butler turned otaku who moves in with a human otaku and they live
happily ever after. The end.
Tiny dude gets roped into playing rugby with
a bunch of 35-year old-looking actually 16-18 year olds while befriending a
huge, blond meek kid.
Modern day asshole gets pushed in front of train
by dude who hates him, has an argument with a religious entity, and is reborn as
a magical girl in not-Europe during not-WW2.
Showa Genroku Rakugo Shinjuu 2:
Second season of story stand-up-comedy - while sitting and not always making you laugh!
Blue Exorcist Kyoto Saga:
Not really second season but more of a retelling of the last half of the first season but it’s still 15-year old child of satan trying to kill satan
with the help of his megane younger twin brother who’s also his
teacher/baby-sitter, their mutual love-interest who’s an air-head and loves
flowers, those three guys from Kyoto and fox tamer/tiny eyebrows tsundere-girl.
Interview with Monster Girls:
Bulky dude who’s apparently a biology teacher
conducts interviews with super-natural beings, who exists but are really rare, but still no one seems to give them a second glance.
Sengoku Choujuu Giga:
Historical Japanese figures portrayed as various animals in stories based on most probably not historical facts.
Tales of Zesitira the x 2:
Second season of visually interesting but otherwise boring
anime about dude and his life partner going out to fight the evil of the world
which is conveniently manifested in the form of dragons, dementors and bronze-colored
smoke. They’re helped by a sassy kid with an umbrella, exposition fire-lady,
pacifistic princess in tiny shorts and red head with more personality than everyone combined.
3-gatsu no lion:
17-year-old professional shogi player and his wacky
adventures feat. emotionally supportive infant, shogi-players, the best teacher ever and a mean evil stepsister.
Gundam IBO 2:
Second season of characters dying and ships sinking.
Little witch academia:
Trouble-making muggle girl with no chill and a celebrity
crush enrolls in school for witches where she befriends a Twilight-fan and mushroom
F!P: Hey cupcake…
F!G: What the-!!
F!P: If your left leg was Thanksgiving and your right leg was Christmas…
F!G: What are you getting at-
F!P: Can I visit you between the holidays? ❤️
I can explain-
I can’t explain this
All I have to say is that I saw the joke somewhere and I had to draw this
Fell Goth- @nekophy
Fell Palette- @angexci
Mikey is oxygen.
Oxygen: the right amount lets you live and by extent do all the best things. Too much and you are smothered, you are overloaded, you beg it to stop. Too little and you’re choking, gasping, dying, suddenly wishing you had lived just a little more.
Raph is fire. Mikey fuels him. Mikey soothes him. It’s really hard to have one without the other. Raph will consume Mikey’s overload. Mikey will absorb Raph’s fury in a sweeping embrace. They will collapse in a tangle of snapping and growling and laughter. Mikey’s powerful insight into Raph’s emotions maintain stability and health.
Don is earth. He is steady and waiting, quietly absorbed in his work until Mikey reminds him of the need for chemical fuel and how the air whispering through the trees can make the world dance. Mikey already knows his brother’s brain because he is the other side of the coin. Their minds blend well, between logical and creative.
Leo is water. He is steady and swift, rushing down a well worn path or creating new paths to flood, whatever it takes. Mikey pulls him back and reminds him not to drown himself in his burden of keeping the clan safe. Sometimes the brook is heard laughing as the wind ripples across. Mikey keeps him floating and steady because he knows just what his biggest bro needs to relax.
Splinter knows that keeping Michelangelo in good spirits is the glue that holds the team together. He sees the extraordinary almost supernatural raw potential and wants to carefully draw it out. Because oxygen is dangerous under too much pressure.
People underestimate Mikey. They have no idea how to respond or react if he were to explode. But that explosion would be magnificent and unique, shattering and crumbling, tearing him apart and painfully putting him back together, leaving him breathless and renewed, no matter how wounded or hurt or distressed. He continues. In the hollow depths of depressive nothing, Michelangelo endures.
And so Mikey knows exactly how to handle himself, his darker emotions, his deeper primal desires. His emotional fortitude has been honed by years of painful sibling teasing and personal worries that he’s not a perfect ninja. But he doesn’t need to be. He’s a wild card. And he is so mind-blowing physically gifted that his body is supernatural. He can take on the world. He can support the precious lives around him easily. He is their air. He’s their sunlight. With Mikey, life is all right.