is that you kubo

anonymous asked:

IH and RR deserve to be awarded as "best parent of the years". They are only the canon shonen manga who treat their children in right way and their children is not a brat. While most of shonen manga next-gen even chibiusa ended become spoiled brat !!! You must know about this, kubo-sama show us that IH and RR are best parent !!!! STOP TO YOUR FUCKING DELUSIONAL !

This looks like a copy and paste message…..how many innocent IR shippers have you sent this to?

–>Must be A LOT since I hardly involve myself nowadays in the IR fandom. 

Let me get this straight, though, are you trying to convince me to drop a ship I adored the past EIGHT years, and why? Cuz it’s not canon?

Dude grow up. There’s tons of ships in all sorts of fandoms that people like despite whether or not it’s canon. Stop being an asshole and let people have their fun.

anonymous asked:

IH and RR deserve to be awarded as "best parent of the years". They are only the canon shonen manga who treat their children in right way and their children is not a brat. While most of shonen manga next-gen even chibiusa ended become spoiled brat !!! You must know about this, kubo-sama show us that IH and RR are best parent !!!! STOP TO YOUR FUCKING DELUSIONAL !

So from one chapter this was all assumed? The best parents? Please go somewhere and read a parenting book and then come back with this farce of a nonsense babble you are sprouting, when you have an idea of how parenting works.

Hands down my favourite part of Yuri On Stage

Many thanks to @thatshamelessyaoishipper for subbing the entire section. 

This line of dialogue (spoken by Yurio) is genuinely so important to our understanding of Viktor’s character. It’s fair to say that a lot of us kind of view his character as lovable, childlike, and whimsical, and that isn’t wrong. But this proves it, he’s only like that around Yuuri, according to somebody who has known him for three years or so at an absolute minimum. 

This is the Viktor Nikiforov without Yuuri, the one the majority of people know. This is the Viktor Nikiforov who sits alone in parks in the snow, with only his dog for comfort, as he contemplates how his life even turned up like that.  

I know this is a particularly bad moment, to be fair, but just look how miserable he looks. 

Even here, he just looks so bored and serious. 

This is Viktor without Yuuri for what? Three days?

The actual effect Yuuri had on Viktor’s life is astounding. With Yuuri, Viktor learnt to let everything go and just be him, rather than his more restrained and serious self, morphing into the usual personality we see and love for the duration of the anime. 

All I can picture is the first day Viktor and Yuuri start training again at the rink in St Petersburg, and are absolutely gobsmacked to witness Viktor smiling, laughing, with his arms draped around Yuuri like he’s a buoyancy aid. Quiet, serious Viktor Nikiforov actually looking like he’s enjoying his day. He’s the opposite of the kind of man who would tickle someone publicly, but there he is, chasing Yuuri Katsuki around the rink like a five year old. It’s like some kind of bizarre dream. Even Yakov would have to admit that Yuuri’s presence has transformed him. 

And perhaps Yakov even asks him once, unable to help himself, where Viktor suddenly got so much inspiration from, after so many years of misery. 

The only answer he gets, as Viktor starts to walk away, is “he gave me his love, Yakov.” 

Interesting Tidbits from the Director’s Commentary for “Kubo and the Two Strings”

1. Kubo’s eye is indeed missing. It’s gone.

2. The monkey netsuke is a family heirloom.

3. Sariatu is holding her power in reserve for the day she’ll have to protect Kubo. That’s why her health and mental state are continuously deteriorating. 

4. Kameyo is Kubo’s one friend in town. His one friend. 

5. Kubo’s hair is actual human hair combined with silicone.

6. Puppets sweat. The silicone’s oils seep out of the surface under the heat of the lights. They have to be patted down occasionally.

7. Kubo was born in the Beetle Clan Castle.

8. When the Moon King attacked Hanzo’s fortress, he was aided not only by the Sisters, but also by his own army.

9. The Moon Beast’s design is supposed to be evocative of the constellations in the sky.

10. Confirmed: The villagers do indeed love Kubo.

11. The little images that appear in the margins of the end credits are meant to make it feel as if Kubo’s story is an old myth.

12. “Kubo is meant to be something of an Orpheus figure – a boy gifted with divine music who could coax rocks and trees to dance with the beauty of his work.”

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{Victuuri a.k.a. skating duet & official YOI art}

or “How to kill the entire fandom in few steps” by Kubo Mitsurou

Just look at this Yurio-toy at the last one, I can`t <3

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Still got many years ahead to grow together 🌻

Yuri!!! On Stage Event Report!

So today (4/29/2017) I went to the Yuri on Ice Yuri on Stage event. To clarify though, I was not at the actual Tokyo event, rather a live viewing at a local movie theater. Which of course does alter the experience but it’s the next best thing. At first I thought the theater was only doing the afternoon session, but very last minute I ended up being able to attend both!

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