I made a Bnha oc!!! Bom hulks out into an ice cream kaiju please love her.
She inherited her quirk from her grandfather. The more the quirk is used the less human the user can revert back to, so he’s a bona-fide kaiju monster nowadays, but she still thinks he’s the raddest thing ever.
It’s been awhile since I have last written a meta for Tokyo Ghoul (:re) and in the time that I didn’t really touch any matters of analysis, I read Berserk. In an odd moment of sudden realisation my brain made the connection between Yoshitoki and Griffith, two characters who don’t really seem to have much in common but when I spent more time thinking about it, a parallel between them actually makes perfect sense to me.
For all the people who are familiar with Tokyo Ghoul but not Berserk, I will explain all relevant information you need to fully understand what I’m talking about but there will be several spoiler ahead, as well as possible trigger for death mentions and emotional abuse, so please read this with discretion.
Griffith is one of the main antagonists in Kentaro Miura’s manga Berserk, he is first introduced to the reader during a confrontation with the main character Guts in which later tries to attack Griffith, the reason for his rage isn’t explained, it’s only mentioned that they have known each other for quite a while.
It is later revealed (during the Golden Age arc), that Griffith used to be the leader of the mercenary group Band of the Hawk. What you need to know about the Band of the Hawk is that they were a group of over hundreds of people (men of all ages with only 1 woman in their ranks, but she was second in command and well respected and beloved by the soldiers) under the command of Griffith, Casca and Guts.
Griffith’s reasoning for forming the Band of the Hawk was his dream to one day rule over his own country, or as much simpler explained with these 2 two screenshots that were provided by my dearest @linkspooky
Of course Griffith is way more complex than that but most of it will be relevant in later parts of the analysis so let’s get started.
Hey I'm not even trying to be a douchebag but I mean a lot of the stuff on here is kinda eggy and looks like it's from Hot Topic or something. Stick some better gear up not made by a 12 year old Green Day fan up and people might respect the page a bit more yo
Well at least the people that submit pictures can actually do it correctly, instead of sending nothing like you did.
And honestly, who gives a fuck? I truly enjoy everything on this blog. It fits my tasts, and a lot of others tastes as well. If you don’t “respect” my blog or my followers, then just stop looking at it.
note: not a soriel comic!! unless u want it to be hehehe >w>
I began to play Undertale again because well, I love it. Always advise your friend to take their time when they play because……. I DIDN’T KNOW SANS BAKED I didn’t even know he had a pet rock?? I thought it was so cute omg xD I wish I could draw more of it but we don’t know what happened to his pie. (Also Papyrus said it looked sugary, not eggy, so it couldn’t have been the abandoned quiche)
what other reason would Sans want to try to bake tho :’3
Why don’t I take a moment to gush about Eggman’s modern outfit?
So yeah, last night’s stream was bountiful for me, and during that time I kinda got into what makes Eggman’s current look so cool, and since I’ve nothing better to do, I might as well share my pseudo-insight.
See, it’s not just the outfit itself- undoubtedly, the outfit on it’s own really is quite neat looking, but moreover, what makes Eggman’s current look so great is that it’s really such a great triumph of managing to update a character’s look without making it feel artificial over too ‘era specific’. What do I mean?
Okay well, first lets look at Original Recipe Eggy.
Looking at the two designs, you can see the transitioning of the designs. Moreoever though, the astounding thing, is that while Eggmans old look is classical and timeless, so is Eggman’s *modern* look. Eggman’s current design is very much evocative of his old one, but at the same time it is not a rehash, referencing the old design while successfully updating it to a more contemporary aesthetic. The real miracle though is that while Modern Eggman’s design is… well, very ‘modern’, it hasn’t managed to become dated even though it’s been over sixteen years since it first debuted.
Usually when iconic characters have their looks updated, it doesn’t really last because, even if the look IS more ‘modern’, it just lacks the character of the classic look and as such is eventually phased out in favor of returning to the classical look or at least something closer to it. Eggman’s modern look by contrast manages to be just as classical as the old look in it’s own right and as such, has the aesthetic staying power that many others of its kind lack.
The entire Sonic crew did pretty well when they were redesigned for the Adventure Era, but I think Eggman managed a real coup with his own new design, and for being a rarity in a modernization that works *perfectly*.