“Even on the bus, Selena often sat in the back with her mother. Marcella and Selena could sit on the sofa back there and talk for hours. Sometimes Selena would lie with her head on her mom’s lap, while Marcella played with Selena’s hair or massaged her scalp. I’d walk back there sometimes and Selena would have this glazed look, like a cat. She was always Marcella’s beloved baby girl.” - Chris Perez [To Selena, With Love]
Heyyy, more of this. The first one was the only survivor of like an hour and a half of attempting to scribble anything, the second was a request to have the Netflix-Teodora wearing one of the movie-Teodora’s outfits. Third one is just a simple doodle of Marcella.
And all 3 are facing to the right. And looking to the left. Huh.
Here´s some info about “Legend Quest” that was part of the movies, but didn’t make it to the show.
Leo´s full name is “Leo San Juan”
Leo and his grandma had a bakery named “Panadería San Juan”
Teodora’s family had a helper for cleaning, cooking and things like that, her name was Xóchitl. (An indigenous girl who becomes friends with Leo and she’s also a ghost)
Leo’s grandma´s original name was Toñita, and she was best friends with Teodora when they were kids. (An evil witch called “La Nahuala” planned to take their souls, so she actually killed all of Teodora´s wealthy family by poisoning them and managed to kill Teodora and Xóchitl.)
Leo had an older brother named Nando.
In the bakery they had a joyful helper called Dionisia, along with her nervous chihuahua.
Alebrije was kind of a stoner in the films.
Teodora had a small dog called “Chichi”.
Also? Remember those little devil-like creatures that were fighting Moribunda and Finando? their names are Tiro and Pujo, and they were puppets from “La Isla de los Muñecos” in Xochimilco, and came to life when “La Llorona” cried over them.
Bulma juggled a bowl of popcorn and drinks into the living room, carefully setting them on the table. “Trunks!” she called up the stairs, wiping her brow, “come on and let’s start the movie!”
“Coming, Mom! ” Trunks levitated down the stairs quickly, blowing past his mother. He plopped down on the sofa and grabbed a handful of popcorn, delighting in the buttery salty goodness. Finally he got a good look at Bulma and raised an eyebrow. “Why are you so dressed up to watch a movie, Mom?”
Bulma looked down at her black turtle neck dress that hugged her curves tightly. She smiled, moving a piece of her bangs out of her eyes. “Well son, your father is coming back from training with Goku today, and I wanted to look nice for him. Do you notice your mother’s new hair cut?”
Trunks nodded, stuffing the last kernels in his mouth before reaching for more. “You like nice, Mom, but why are you doing this all for Papa? You know he doesn’t care about things like that.”
Bulma frowned and placed her hands on her hips, standing right in front of her young son. “Trunks Briefs, you take that back! I’ll have you know that your father loves when I look beautiful.” She placed a hand to her chin, a conceited expression stealing her face. “He only wants the best as a Prince, you know.”
“Whatever you say, Mom,” Trunks scratched his head, commenting mentally on how strange he thought adults were.
“You’ll understand someday, son, ” she replied before the sound of the back door interrupted her. Perking up, she smoothed out the front of her dress and straightened her hair. “Speaking of the devil…”
Vegeta strolled in through the living room, stopping at the sight of his wife and son. He bounced his gaze around to both of them, a question lingering in his brows. Finally he settled his glare on Trunks. “What did you do now, boy?”
Trunks raised his hands defensively, popcorn falling to his lap. “I didn’t so anything this time, Papa, I swear!”
Vegeta nodded, turning to Bulma. “Why do you guys look so strange?”
“Strange?! ” she shouted, prompting Trunks to cover his ears, “is that what you say to your beautiful wife when you haven’t seen her in so long?”
“Hmph,” Vegeta said, crossing his arms, “I see even six months doesn’t strip away your vanity.”
“You love it hun,” she walked closer to him, placing a hand to his shoulders, “so, do you notice anything different?”
He studied her, taking in her pretty face and delicious curves. “New outfit and hair?”
Bulma beamed, smiling snarkily at Trunks. “See? And what do you think, Vegeta?”
Vegeta felt his forehead go damp. He hated when she made him so this. Earthlings were so peculiar in their way of giving compliments. He distinctly remembered his father giving his mother the head of someone who insulted her attire one evening, and she had practically thrown herself at him all night during dinner. Simple. Bulma required too much of his brain.
But he knew the consequences of he didn’t comply to feeding her ego, and he would avoid that headache.
“Your haircut doesn’t make me angry when I look at–”
“NO! “she cut him off, glaring at him.
He took a deep breath. "That dress is impractical, and I don’t see how it can protect you, but perhaps—”
Jesus, what did she want from him? “That black marker you put around your eyes is enticing–”
“—There you go! –”
“—It looks like you were in a serious fight. ”
Trunks chuckled on the couch while Bulma growled. “I’m sorry, are you trying to flirt? Because you’re just embarrassing yourself!”
“Papa, ” Trunks interjected, “do you remember the last movie Mom forced us to watch?” Bulma turned to glare at him and Trunks cleared his throat, correcting himself. “I mean, the last movie we all enjoyed as a loving family?” Bulma smiled, satisfied.
“What about it? ”
“Well,” Trunks shrugged, “don’t you remember what that old dude did in the end? To make the woman love him?”
“I thought we told you to close your eyes on that part! ” Vegeta roared.
“ B-before that part! ” Trunks chuckled nervously, “the big speech that he gave. The one you said was silly.”
Vegeta chewed over his lip in thought. Oh, so that was what she wanted. He cleared his throat and turned to Bulma wrapping his arms around Bulma’s waist. “Woman,” he said, his tone dropping several octaves, “you are the most ethereal creature I have ever seen. And even though you constantly change your hair like you change underwear, I love each style that you choose. I especially love that you no longer wear that atrocious birds nest like when we first met—”
“You’re pushing it, Vegeta. ”
“Let me finish!” He raked his eyes down to her frame, smirking. “And that dress is practically painted on and it’s making me want to send the boy to his room. One look at you in this and I know that we’ll need to soundproof this entire street. You’ve done well to satisfy my manly needs.”
Bulma giggled like a school girl while Trunks groaned loudly. Leave it to his father to overdo something, considering that the man in the movie had only called the woman ethereal.
“It’s a little far fetched but I’ll take it, ” Bulma replied, wrapping her arms around his neck. She kissed his lips gently, giving him compliments about how form fitting his training suit was.
Trunks grabbed the popcorn bowl and left the living room, disgusted. “You guys have a bedroom, you know!”
“Shut it boy!” Vegeta called after him.
Trunks headed to the kitchen to phone Goten, hoping Chi Chi would agree to letting him spend the night. There was no way he was staying at Capsule Corps tonight.