Got my first mechanical keyboard~ my brother (who is a game programming/photography/film/mechanical keyboard nerd) is going to leave after summer to study film abroad. As a goodbye gift he figured out what my favorite key were, what colours I liked and managed to put this together for me. I absolutely love it. From the vaporwave colours to the green switches to the light-up keys with faces. I’ve got the best brother I could wish for.
Gigantic: Mozu Digital Art; Clip Paint Studio • Time Taken… I don’t know.
Oh yes, I have been enjoying playing Gigantic, yes very much!
The game itself is very well done and I’m quire liking the game play. Each character feels very different yet I am not afraid to try them. Plus, it helps that the design is amazing. Backgrounds, character, elements… everything! [And I’m a longtime fan of @gorrem!]
BEST BANDOM: (this is fairly vague and i hope you guys don’t mind because most of the participating blogs are 98%mcr, and things got complicated, but you guys are still the best bandom blogs in my eyes!! you rock!!)
FAVE MUTUALS: (some of u guys fit into the other categories as well, but if i put you here it’s bc i see u v often in my notes/on my dash and want to acknowledge you!!) i also needed to fill this category lmao but you guys are hella mutuals, ok!!
ok but thank you EVERYONE for participating in my promo and supporting my blog!! u guys are the best!! some of you may have recently changed your urls and i was not aware, BUT if i forgot anyone pls shoot me a message so i can add you to the post!!
okay but I'd like to expand on Yandere thing: What if the alien captain says 'Yandere is good!' With a human nearby? How do they rect when the human starts laughing hysterically and going on how that's the best joke the heard in a while? What would they do when the human rants while crying tears of madness because someone close to them got killed by a yandere? ... shit this was long as fuck.
“Yandere is good”
Twisting her head to look at where those words came from, Human Alexis caught sight of the Captain and one of her crew mates, V’uk if she remembered correctly, talking.
Processing the words, she snapped her fingers by her ears to check that her ears were working properly and that what she had heard was correct and that she wasn’t going off the deep end.
No luck, her ears were fine.
“Besides,” the Captain spoke, “I can get a human here and they will agree with me.”
‘Well time to go. I don’t want to deal with the rants and ravings about that game.’ Alexis spun on her heel and started to speed walk out of the room.
One of the Captains tentacles draped over her shoulder. “Here’s one now. Human Alexis, would you please explain to your crew mate V’uk here that ze is worrying over nothing about a Yandere.”
Walking back over to the Captain wile mourning the loss of her freedom, Alexis noticed V’uk’s hunched over body. It was as if they were trying to hide from something or someone. Odd. Ignoring it Alexis began to speak. “Well Yandere is a ga-” Alexis cut herself off. “Wait a Yandere not the Yandere?”
The Captain retracted his eye stalks into his head and sighed. “Yes, a Yandere.”
“Is there a Yandere on board?”
“Yes and I was currently trying to explain to V’uk that having a Yandere insures utmost protection from danger” The Captain extended xyrs eye stalks and looked to Alexis.”Why are you vibrating Human Alexis?”
Alexia was indeed vibrating. In fact her whole body was shaking from the laughter that was struggling to erupt from her throat. “You’re joking right? There being a Yandere on board would mean everybody will be dead except whoever the Yandere loves. And even ze wouldn’t survive the Yanderes craziness.”
The Captain’s eye stalks shrunk in confusion while zir hide turned a mud brown and V’uk’s hide turned teal. “What do you mean ‘won’t survive’? A Yandere is the best protection credits could buy!”
Alexis was now laughing so hard she had to sit on the ground for fear she would fall over if she remained standing. “Have you even played the game properly? In order to show your love to your crush, you murder anyone who could possibly become a threat to you or to him.”
Both of zirs hides turn black in fear.
Finally the Captain regained the ability of movement. Xe reached up and activated to comm below his mandibles. “There will be an reclassification of the usefulness of a Yandere. Now.”
Warnings: This is kind of dark. Includes implied imprisonment/confinement in small spaces, restraint, non-graphic torture, violence, some implied medical procedures, implied abuse of a prisoner (non-sexual). Minor character death.
the AU where Wash is still adopted by the Reds & Blues, but they’re mercenaries who work for Hargrove ;)
Summary: “Rise and shine.”
He squints into the light at the figure shadowed in the door of his cell. Cell, he thinks, is probably a bit generous. It’s more of a box where he can be restrained while they move him between assignments. A cage.
He knows how this works. They let him out when they need him, and pray that they can put him back inside.
Amazon Original Kids Series Danger & Eggs Premieres June 30 on Prime Video in the US and UK
All 13 episodes, created by Mike Owens and Shadi Petosky, and
executive produced by Owens, Petosky, and Chris Hardwick, will feature
the voice talent of comedians Aidy Bryant and Eric Knobel
Guest star voice talent includes Weird Al, Lori Petty, Charlyne Yi,
Kate Micucci, Mary Elizabeth Winstead, Jasika Nicole, Felicia Day, Jonah
Ray, Angelica Ross, and Jazz Jennings
(NASDAQ: AMZN) — Amazon today announced its original animated kids
series Danger & Eggs is scheduled to premiere on Friday, June
30 on Prime Video in the US and UK. Featuring the voice talent of
Bryant (Saturday Night Live) as D.D. Danger and Eric
Knobel (Huge Theater) as Phillip, the series will also include guest
star voice talent from Weird
Al (Milo Murphy’s Law), Lori
Petty (Tank Girl), Charlyne
Yi (Knocked Up), Kate
Micucci (Garfunkle and Oates), Mary
Elizabeth Winstead (Scott Pilgrim), Jasika
Nicole (Fringe), Felicia
Day (Geek and Sundry), Jonah
Ray (Nerdist, Mystery Science Theater), Angelica
Ross (Her Story), and Jazz
Jennings (I Am Jazz). Danger & Eggs is created by Mike
Owens (Yo Gabba Gabba!, Animaniacs) and Shadi Petosky (Yo
Gabba Gabba!, Mad) and executive produced by Owens, Petosky, and Chris
Hardwick (Talking Dead, @midnight).The pilot, which
was part of Amazon’s Fall 2015 pilot season and is rated 4.6 out of 5
stars by customers with 80% 5-star reviews, is now available to stream
exclusively for Prime members via the Amazon Prime Video app for TVs,
connected devices including Fire TV, mobile devices and online—Prime
members can also download the pilot to mobile devices for offline
viewing at no additional cost to their membership.
Danger & Eggs follows the endless adventures of a fearless,
teal-haired girl named D.D. Danger (Aidy Bryant) and her ever cautious
best friend, a giant talking egg named Phillip (Eric Knobel). As the
daughter of world-renowned stunt daredevil, Roy Danger, D.D.
is following in his footsteps and is always chasing her
next big thrill. Luckily for her, Phillip is always there by her side
with jerry-rigged safety mechanisms to make her thrill-seeking dreams
come true. Together, they go in search of new adventures at their
favorite spot, Chicken Paw Park, which is home to Philip’s mom Becky, a
gargantuan chicken. The first season finds D.D. and Phillip meeting a
raccoon with a thirst for technology, being sucked into a mysterious
underground science lab, discovering a lonely robot in an overgrown
garden, and taking on a famous zip line. Throughout their journey, they
overcome obstacles with the “Buddy System” because even though they are
polar opposites, their differences complement each other’s strengths and
weaknesses to solve problems. Their Buddy System mantra says it all,
“You look out for me and I’ll look out for you!”
“We are excited to introduce our first animated comedy for children ages
6-11 to our customers,” said Tara Sorensen, Head of Kids Programming at
Amazon Studios. “We feel incredibly lucky to be working with the caliber
of creative talent behind this series.”
“For us, the heart of Danger & Eggs is the friendship between
Phillip and D.D. that proves you can face fear and danger and have a
blast in the process because you are not alone,” said Mike Owens. Adds
Shadi Petosky: "We can’t believe we get to take out our anxiety on a
show–putting our inside voices into these characters and seeing if they
"I’ve been passionate about animation my whole life and to produce this
series with my animation company fulfills a lifelong goal,” says Chris
Hardwick, Executive Producer. "This show is funny, touching, and has
incredible design–everything I’ve wanted to make.”
Below are what customers have said about the Danger & Eggs
“[My 8 year-old son] asked to watch this show at least four times! He
loves it! I’ve watched it with him for at least three of those times.”
“As a father of a little girl with anxiety issues, I really
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and Eggs, Phillip is just there. He’s an anxious character and
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for the wonderful humor that is also incorporated for the older
demographic without it being crude.”
“My 10-year-old daughter and I both loved it! She appreciates the
subtle humor and animation of this show and said she wants to watch
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