have this really quick watercolor doodle i did while watching bunch of movies. Some oldies and some new ones. Conjuring 1 and 2, the rings, grease, hsm, song of the sea (MY FAV) and some other bunch of musicals uhuhuhuhu.
the JRPG from Atlus, is one of the best games of this year as well as all time. In my opinion. But also it’s true.
characters are thought out and interesting.
The story is deep and engaging.
The gameplay is fun and strategic.
The soundtrack is out of this world.
It’s overall just an amazing piece of work.
One of the
best things about this game, beyond the aforementioned points, is its
visuals. Persona 5 bleeds aesthetic. The anime-style
comes through in the character design, the musical choices, the fonts;
everything. It’s all very uniquely
Persona and all very amazing.
What I want
to dissect specifically, is the fashion.
The costume design of this game is top-notch. Character outfits are fashionable, stylish,
funky, and on-trend.
I’m going to go one by one through the Phantom Thieves’ battle costumes
to discuss what a fabulous job this game did with its aesthetics and their
the main protagonist Akira Kurusu
aka Joker. Black trench coat with an oversized turned up
collar? Yas. Boots with the hint of a heel and slightly curled toe? Yas. Fit-ted vest to snatch that motherfucking
waist to Hades? Yas, bitch. A secretive, white, pointy mask to hide all
of the Joker’s got-damn secrets?
Yas. Red accent gloves? You betta believe it! Akira is serving some midnight-warrior-Protagonist-realness
and will lead you straight to fashion nirvana.
Ryuji Sakamoto, your first friend, goes by Skull.
Henny is giving you knee pads for safety and fun. Pants tight like
the bonds of friendship, complete with anime-trope-doubled-up, X-crossed
belts. Yes they’re functional too,
miss-miss. Where else would Skull hold
his shotgun shells? Fashion and function,
yes, ma’am. Did I mention the yellow
gloves and thin red scarf to maximize the accessorize? I did now.
blonde in the drastically-impractical zip-up, red leather body suit? Miss Panther:
Ann Takamaki. It is what? Glued to her body. She is where? Covered head to toe except for a
Mmm-hmm. Do those thigh-high boots
zip up? NO MA’AM: they are pulled high
as Heaven brought up by the Lordt. And
don’t think for one motherfucking minute Ann left her accessories at home. Her purr-fect primadonna mask faces some
feline features and her hot pink gloves are giving Barbie, Kirby and Kimberly
Ann Hart respiratory problems. She is
painting the town red with her colour-palette, honey. Live.
Yusuke Kitagawa, the stone-cold Fox with a mask of a Kitsune.
HUH-KNEE. Yu-su-ke-is-snatched-like-but-ter-he-is-run-ning-with-this-look-to-the-run-way. That collar is up to HERE, honey. His outfit is fitting like his ice-blue
gloves–like butter!–creamy, silky, smooth.
Sleek, is his look. But
wait! Flounce, darling! Flounce! Are those sleeves puffed like a pastry? Mama, yas! Are those knee-high
boots white like a wedding dress? Bitch-is-PURE. What’s that striped blue and
white sash hiding, Yusuke? Mr. Kitagawa,
is that a fluffy tail, you furry
trash? MA-MA, YAS!
Next up is
queen, kween and also codenamed Queen:
Makoto Nijima. Her outfit is black as? Night. Her corset-inspired leather is?
Dangerous. Those spiky shoulders
are giving me Balmain in a war-zone, honey. She is a steel-toed, iron-masked, deadly-fisted honor-student from the
right-side of the tracks and she will rip out that throat and help you study
arithmetic, honey. She is a whom? Multitasker. Ask Miss Makoto if
you can borrow her lengthy, flowing, beautiful black sash to hang yourself with
because her look will leave you
better get herself out of her socially-anxious closet because the world needs
to see her LOOK. Little lady isn’t called Oracle for nothing honey. Those
cute, bug-eyed, red goggles of hers can see into your soul, can see into your
mind, can see into the future,
Miss-Honey. Which is where she pulled
this Tron-gone-fashion aesthetique. Those neon green lines are pulsing over that slight frame,
Futaba. Those popping green fingers,
heels and toes are hacking into
fashion, Futaba. You may not know how to
hold a normal conversation, Futaba, but honey can hold an outfit.
of a hamburger fortune, lemme take a bite out of Haru Okumura: M’ilady of the dark, mademoiselle Noir. Let’s start from the top, shall we.
Bitch-that-feath-thered-hat-is-give-ing-me-ev-ry-thing. It’s cute. It’s Shakespeare. It’s delicious. Lady Okumura, where did you get that lilac
pink blouse because I need it. I need
that adorable vest to make it an ensemble, and the lil’ silk tie to circle dat
throat. Mm-kay? Call Ryuji, his shotgun shell belt just
became last season. Haru is holding. Grenades that is. Which she
launches, honey, like she launches us
into fashion celestiality with those poofy short-shorts, black leggings and
good-girl loafers. Haru may be armed
with an axe, but she’ll behead me with her own two hands in those hot-purple
leather gloves, ma’am!
dissection over? NO MA’AM! It is NOT!
No team of heart-stealing fashion-bandits is complete without animal aid! Meowing Morgana
pulls up to the curb in them-got-damn-self because Miss-Codename: Mona can transform into a bus.
Yes queen! This feline
accessorizes with a 2.3L turbo-4 engine and 300 horesepower! Handy and
fashion: because that bus has ears. For
what? To hear the haters coming and
drive the fuck away, Miss-Miss! Morgana
is serving adorable-counterpart-reality with a cute yellow handkerchief
collaring that cute, kitty-cat neck.
Thieves are what? Sickening. They have stolen what? Your heart. Why? Because: fashion.
still doubt me in terms of the incredibleness of Persona 5, I can’t help
you. Honestly, seeing them should have
been enough to make you place an Amazon order or get your ass down to a GameStop. Love yourself: play Persona 5. Or do one better: dress like Persona 5.
that collar. Accessorize with too many
belts. Feather that hat, honey. Make yourself into the person you wish you’d
be with all the craze and fabulous you deserve.
Unleash your Persona! Unleash
The beloved Bee Movie that is well known is great for memes, but hasn’t anyone notice the dark sides of it? For example, the one who’s guilty, Barry B Benson.
Don’t be fooled by his good looks.
He’s actually a mischievous bee who thought he could get away with the lie he made.
He’s one to not ‘think bee’. He goes against the system. He doesn’t want to work one job for the rest of his entire life and die because of it. What kind of bee would do that? But, one thing he’s done and kept hidden, is lie. I know what you’re thinking. How could Barry be a liar? Well, let me tell you why.
In the movie, he claims to not have been outside the hive his whole life, but what about when he leaves with the pollen jocks? He flies through a kite and calls it a ‘box kite’.
How does he know what a box kite was if he hasn’t been outside the hive his whole life?
Easy. When he took that day off from school and claimed to have hiked around the hive, he actually left the hive and explored the outside world.
That’s right. He left the hive before, but he hasn’t gotten far for he gotten scared and went back. But clearly he’s seen a kite before. Specifically, a box kite. He even seen the sun before, which is why he called the light bulb ‘the sun’. The lies he creates is horrible.
But, there’s more to it than that. The box kite is a metaphor for the lies he has created. He even lied to his best friend Adam.
Barry B Benson, the one we all love and care about, is a liar. We caught you honey handed Barry.