season titles

Star Wars Rebels season 3, alternative episode titles by me (completed)

1-2     Ezra’s neurosis

3        Post-Malachor Kanan proves his worth

4        Wedge is a cool guy

5        Thrawn’s puppets in Hera’s castle

6        Ezra’s mini Clone Wars moral

7        Sabine’s hot stuff

8        Space Peter Pans against Captain Thrawn

9        Young tumultuousness, old lessons

10      Lothal’s fry-up

11      Journal of Psychoanalysis, entries I, II, III and IV

12      See(n)saw?

13      Death Star Egg in the Pit* of Babel (*Reversed Tower)

14      Terminator vs Zeb

15      Sparring family drama

16      Drama-free (totally!) family reunion

17      Deratting: a practical guide, by G. A. Thrawn

18      Deep space science tricks

19      Don’t mess with Hera

20      To rise, to stay the same

21      Panic! At the Atollon disco

22      The Ultimate Firework Challenge (Bendu wins)

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tv aesthetic → the office

I’m not superstitious, but… I am a little stitious.
the bayard is the paladin is the lion: a season 3 prediction

Alternatively titled: Watch This Child Jeopardize Her GPA in Real Time As She Ignores Her Midterms to Write Yet Another Fucking Meta

The lovely @littleblackchats already wrote an awesome post about the symbolism of the bayards for each of the characters in Voltron. But I was wondering: could we take it a step further and use the weapons - and what they say symbolically about the paladins wielding them - to make an informed guess about who’s going to end up in what lion next season?

(even if the answer to that question is no, i’m already writing this so whatever)

Since Allura, Keith, and Lance are the most likely to be swapped into new lions (or, in Allura’s case, to be put into a lion for the first time), I thought it’d be cool to take a look at what the weapons each of them wields says about their personalities, and whether that can give us hints as to who’s gonna be the Black Paladin next season while Shiro’s gone.

Alright, so in episode 1, Allura tells us that a lion’s quintessence is mirrored in its paladin, and that the paladin shapes the bayard. So lion = paladin = bayard. The lion and paladin should be similar in personalty, and the bayard should be compatible to the paladin’s style of fighting and personality as well. This is shown really well in Hunk and Pidge: Pidge’s weapon is small (like her), electric (reflecting her interest in computers), and made for precision (Pidge is more interested in finding clever solutions than just brute-forcing problems), while Hunk’s is big (just like him), long-range (reflecting his wish to stay distanced from conflict), and packs a punch (Hunk is the strongest character on the team, after all).

So the weapons tell us something about the personalities of the ones using them. But what can their respective weapons tell us about Keith, Lance, and Allura?

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Title cards designed by Michael DeForge, Laura Knetzger, Charmaine Verhagen, Sam Alden, James Baxter, and Aleks Sennwald

painted by Joy Ang

Adventure Time: Season 8 arrives this week!

5 NIGHTS of new episodes premiering at 7:45/6:45c (except for Two Swords which airs at 7:30/6:30c) on Cartoon Network.

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TWO SWORDS - January 23rd

written/storyboarded by Tom Herpich & Steve Wolfhard

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DO NO HARM - January 23rd

written/storyboarded by Laura Knetzger & Emily Partridge

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WHEELS - January 24th

written/storyboarded by Graham Falk & Charmaine Verhagen

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HIGH STRANGENESS - January 25th

written/storyboarded by Pendleton Ward & Sam Alden

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HORSE AND BALL - January 26th

written/storyboarded by Seo Kim & Somvilay Xayaphone

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JELLY BEANS HAVE POWER - January 27th

written/storyboarded by Hanna K Nyström & Aleks Sennwald