A lot of people asked for this one (you all sinners), so I decided to took my time and made an animation. And that’s why it took me almost 3 week (so sorry for being late!)
I was going to colored it but photoshop is crashed on me tonight. So…maybe later…who knows. There are some obvious mistakes cause like…this is my 5th animation?but is a good practice and i actually enjoy doing them.
Some people are talking about how Mabel could be the person powering the apocalypse and I’m 100% behind that because one, the colour pink.
So why is this separated from Bill? Well, we’ve seen him do a lot of stuff, but when Bill is the one changing something or using his power, it’s not pink.
Bill uses blue except for the two times he doesn’t;
Even then, though, it’s red. Bill is not using pink at all when he’s using his power. But there’s one character who is associated with pink in this episode.
And that’s Mabel.
Of all the sweaters to choose from, why the pink? Why the multiple pink (and purple! Purple is very important here too) hearts? The love symbolism is pretty straight forward but even Gideon symbolizes Mabel with the colour.
Not to mention that the Shooting Star sweater is the first one we see.
But if she is powering the apocalypse what’s up with the weirdness bubbles?
I’m going to say that those, too, are Mabel’s. Yellow, green, blue, orange, and purple?
Asagaya’s Anime Street is a very small but discreet and stylish street located directly beneath the tracks of the JR Chuo Sobu line, a mere 5 minute walk from the Asagaya Station.
Madhouse’s locale was located near the end of the street and it was very small in size, as in the locale couldn’t have been bigger than 5 metres wide and 3 meters tall, yet the size clearly proved no impediment. The Hunter x Hunter exhibit showcased some production art along with most of the merchandise that has been produced for the Madhouse version of the series.
They had a “second floor” (which was more of a small platform over the register than anything) with an animation desk that had some production sketches and doodles over it. Photos were not allowed, though.
Also, they have an offer in which if you spend more than ¥2,000 on merchandise they give you a copy of one of the exhibited animation key frames as a “free gift”. Since I bought the “best of” music compilation CD I was offered a copy too. It was REALLY tough to decide but I ended up settling for the Alluka and Killua picture from the last opening because omg cuties. <3
The exhibition was small but definitely worth the train ride!
All photos were taken with permission of the store clerk (who was a really rad guy!) Also, next weekend there will be a Hunter x Hunter only event held in Akihabara. Of course I’m planning to attend it and take pictures so I can share them over here as well :D
So now Kevin Feige is stepping up all “oh, no, I agreed with Whedon the whole time, Clint/Natasha was only ever supposed to be platonic in the MCU!”
Well, here’s a thought. If you didn’t want people to ship it so hard, and you only ever intended it to be platonic in the MCU, maybe you shouldn’t have picked two characters with a romantic past in your man comics verse.
If we were supposed to see it as platonic from the start, maybe you should have told your actors so things like this didn’t happen:
If we were supposed to see it as platonic all along, maybe you shouldn’t have been showing it as romantic in pretty much every -
- other -
- universe -
- at the time, and promoting it as such.
(That one is even from Marvel’s own website)
Gee, I wonder why so many people shipped it and expected it to happen in AoU! Clearly it was only ever meant to be platonic! How could anyone have ever been led to believe otherwise?
The fact that they keep having to make this point, that they’re getting asked this question, means they must know that they’ve seriously upset a big chunk of their audience, and this whole thing smacks of very poor damage control.
I have never seen such a cruel case of shipbaiting in my life, and I can only conclude that if platonic was the goal all along then Whedon and Feige kept that very much to themselves, as the comics, cartoons and the movie actors seem to have missed the memo.
oh boy, there’s a lot more to discuss here than I think anyone originally thought. a lot more. So much so that I actually have to make a post on it just to get my thoughts together. strap in your seatbelts kids, this is gonna be a long one.