Hana to Yume’s twitter just posted a photo of the cover and back of the illustration booklet to be bundled with Akatsuki no Yona’s volume 23! The illustration (back and front of the booklet) has all our main characters in a modern setting talking on their phones.
Peter Quill: Riding every ride in the park. He mapped out the day and has the line tracker app on his phone just to make sure he’s able to ride EVERYTHING before the park closes. His personal favorite is the Pirates of the Caribbean since he insists that he’s a swaggy space pirate. He persuades Gamora to buy pirate gear with him so they can be Jack Sparrow and Elizabeth Swan.
Gamora: Follows Peter but she’d rather hold the bags and loose stuff than go on anything with him. If she loses him, she WILL NOT HESITATE to yell his name until he finds his way back to her. She’s like an embarrassing mom. She did get on the Haunted Mansion ride but she said it was ‘unrealistic’ and made her motion sick.
Drax: Spends the whole time eating food and watching kids have fun. It all reminds him of his daughter so he eats to suppress his emotions. That and the candy is to die for. He ends up throwing up in a trash can and passing out, only to be found by Mickey Mouse and bottle fed water until he comes to.
- “This truly is a magical place!”
Rocket: He and baby Groot wander around with loose bolts to scare kids who are about to get on a ride.
- *Drops the bolt* “Ah, this just came off your seat. Oh well, safe travels!” *the ride zooms off and he smirks*
He spends the rest of the time judging all he stuffed toys for being unrealistically cute (and larger than him). He does let baby groot ride some of the small kiddie rides but since neither of them are tall enough for thrill seeking ones, they stick to the ground.
Yondu: He makes it his mission to meet EVERY character in the park. Of course he sees Mary Poppins, what is he, an amateur? After a while he ends up going to some of the gift shops and buying little Disney trinkets to put on the console. He even decides to make his next fin look like Mickey Mouse ears.
Ego: He finds a bench and falls asleep for the entire day. Because of the beard, some of the kids confuse him for one of snow whites dwarves. He’s in such a slumber he doesn’t even care to notice. He wakes up during the fireworks but still thinks the day was amazing. He doesn’t buy anything and he doesn’t even do anything but he still finds it one of the most enjoyable experiences of his life.
Mantis: She spends the whole time taking photos and riding the “Its a Small World” attraction over and over again. By the time they all get ready to go home, she sings the song repeatedly and it nearly gets her mouth duct taped. She ended up with some aesthetic photos and she even spent a lot of her time over at the Magic Kingdom to visit the Bugs Life attractions.
@markrosewater recently answered an ask about teaser cards in sets and I’ve been thinking about it ever since. What I’m referring to as a teaser card is a card the makes reference to something that’s in the pipeline but which hasn’t been printed yet. It’s a card (or cards) that will come in a later set or block.
I believe there’s a right and a wrong way to do these. Read on to see how Wizards blew it in the past and find out if Hour of Devastation will repeat the failure or deliver on the promise.
The final scene of Doomsday vs. the same scene from The Runaway Bride
From the Runaway Bride commentary track with David Tennant and Julie Gardner:
Julie: There we have Donna entering your TARDIS
David: Interestingly, that sequence was the closing seconds of Doomsday
David: …which was the end of series two - but not those actual pictures. We
re-shot it. We have two directors of photography on Doctor Who, Ernie
and Rory. Ernie shot Doomsday in the way he likes to shoot the TARDIS
and likes to light the TARDIS, which is lots of greens and lots of
reds. Rory prefers it to be a more kind of golden affair
Yeah - a bit more yellow-y
Yeah, so the version of that scene would fit with the scene we’re now
in [the rest of the Doctor/Donna initial scene in the TARDIS] we had to re-shoot it
and do a kind-of Rory version of the scene.
and did you make different choices as an actor the second time?
No, in fact we had the dvd player by the side of the set to try to
re-create it as exactly as we possibly could, so that you wouldn’t
necessarily notice that it was different - although I just told you, so
that gives that away
Apparently all I’ve read about Leo is that he either meditates or trains all day so I’m fixing to change that.
The guy obviously does other things like:
-Read books (philosophical, ethical, and historical. Even fictional. He likes Stephen King books best for reading entertainment.)
-Read comics. (Its canon in other universes. Its canon period.)
-Tend to his plants. (He’s got a bonsai tree in his room. There’s no doubt he’s got a couple others. Maybe some succulents & small strips of flowers like Nightshade.)
-His chores. (Pretty sure they all do those things either way.) -Watch Youtube. (His tastes range from martial arts, to Youtube Let’s-Players on Horror Games, to tutorial vidoes on cooking.)
-Change the bandages on his hands. (Another thing all the guys do.)
-Help repair broken things with Donnie. (Namely furniture or Mikey’s latest source of entertainment. Leo’s really good at Carpentry, says Donnie.)
-Search up recipes to try out with Mikey, despite knowing that he’ll screw up on the cooking part. (Still does it because he wants to spend time with baby brother, & only searches up cool & exciting stuff to try out so Mikey’ll be happy too.)
-Chill with April as they stream TV shows or movies for hours. (She’s gotten him to watch the entirety of Harry Potter, the Pretty Little Liars series, Lemony Snicket’s Series, some Supernatural, and now Voltron.)
-Help Casey out. (with anything. These two can find common ground in something they’ll like somehow.)
-Make bets with Raph. (It’s his crutch. Apparently he’s too good for anyone else to make a bet, but when it’s Raph, it’s a total pissing contest. It can be about anything, & done anywhere. They once had a bet in how many Foot Ninjas they can knock out in one night. The competitive egos of those two are insane.)
-Have conversations with his dad. (This could be while he’s helping out with some chores, or when he feels like he wants to spend time with his pops. He sometimes joins Master Splinter to watch the soap operas and reality TV shows.)