I think this might be illegal, but i did this fan art for TWO peoples universes, @connorricks “Clowns VS. Mimes” universe, and @bogleech “Awful Hospital Universe.
I really like the vairant worm bosses in the chapter II Arc, so I think this could just be another worm boss that the poor,poor fern could just get dunked on by it.
BUT, I also love the morphology and lore of Clowns VS Mimes, SO i was thinking that Silent honk is just a Skomorph thats been converted, graft, and everything inbetweet so much, that its just become more of a mindless Fuana of both species.
Shes has TWO attributes: Shes completely silent (except when she honks her good good horn), and she has an endless, endless cloth tongue.
hope you guys like it, i dont know if its still rude for her to share two universes, but????
Michonne dropping her sword seems so unthinkable, but here it is. She’s so overwhelmed by the loss of him in their couple bubble context, her reflexive grief swallows her survival instinct. She’s been saying, “We are the ones who live” over and over, so this is not just about losing Rick, but the total collapse of her foundation. I think it might have played out differently had they not been alone, but in this honeymoon context, the truth of the matter is inescapable: to lose Rick is to lose the kind of love that makes you want to stay alive in a zombie apocalypse.
The hesitation before she registers the Rick-in-a-box reveal feels reminiscent of Season 3 hallucinations (in fact, this episode is oddly packed with callbacks). It’s only when he yells her name that she knows. He’s alive. That look on her face, my god. Superpowers immediately rebooted, by some kind of magnetic magic she catches a katana toss that allows her to swiftly dispatch the remaining walkers in one smooth motion. It’s a moment so satisfying, it makes you want to binge on reaction videos. We then get some Nicholas Sparks style shit with a running, off-the-ground hug. The way she flies into his arms might be the most sweepingly romantic moment on the show to date. (And, of course, Rick never misses an opportunity to get a little handsy. You stay true to yourself, hun!)
Danai: In the scene where Michonne thinks that Rick has died, her brain can’t compute it. And I think the thing that’s very scary was when she drops the sword. Because to drop the sword and to allow yourself to be defenseless goes against all we know of Michonne, but in that moment, the idea of going another day without him, her immediate response is to drop that sword. It was almost like she empties. It’s like the whole deal she made with herself, with him, was that they navigate this together and so the loss of that partner is something she can’t compute, and she doesn’t have a contingency plan for, she doesn’t have a response for other than to let go.
Greg Nicotero: That’s why the moment when she thinks he’s gone, it’s so devastating for her. Because Michonne spends all of her time looking into the future. Once we win, what are we gonna do next? The reality of him not being in her life – that shocks her.
A Creatures environment can determine how it will evolve, and in this sub-species of Giant Crabs case, it required two evolutionary traits; deception and intimidation. An extended mouth/neck mandible fooled coastal folk for centuries into believing this crab was an actual dragon, and actual dragons fooled as well! Dragons will not invade its shored-territories, thus creating a safe haven for its smaller cousins.
-note. the wings are purely aesthetics, and cannot function. perhaps if they’re modified through magic…