I guess I wrote a Motorcity thing? 6>6 Thought I’d post it here beCAUSE IT MADE MY FRIEND CRY ????????/

Title: Saved A Lot
Summary: Texas gets in a wreck ;;-;
Warnings: sad stuff 

The engine roared and whined to a stop, one solid, screeching halt that threw Texas forward, and that was that.

The thing was, Stronghorn had no airbags. Texas had insisted in her making that she specifically NOT have any airbags or seatbelts because his name wasn’t Texas Danger for nothing. Big mistake. Even Mike had been worried that something like this would happen.

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Live Free, Chapter 14: The Trial Of Mike Chilton!! What’s The Verdict, Motorcity?!

On Ao3

Chapter Summary: Hello Motorcity!  We’re broadcasting from the Cablers’ Settlement, where we’ve set up court on neutral ground to review the case of Mike Chilton vs. the people.   We’re leaving the final decision in your hands.  Mike Chilton; innocent, or guilty?

Art and writing by @splickedylit and @toastyhat

i really want an episode where texas is hitting on julie while they’re trapped in deluxe and toolie sees it and comes rushing down and they have an EPIC BATTLE FOR JULIE’S HAND and it just ends up with both of them bloody and shirtless and the rest of the burners show up and knock toolie out collectively and julie patches up texas and DOESN’T GET WHAT THE BATTLE WAS FOR so texas has a black eye and a split lip for a week for NOTHING but hey you know what, cool battle scars YEAH TEXAS 

anonymous asked:

Polyburners: everyone ganging up on Chuck!


Gotta make that boy feel loved yessir.  #suggestive


Some daemon AU, because it’s basically my favorite crossover type of all time. My headcanons have shifted a bit since my last rewatch but I like these better I think. I really really want to write a daemon AU fic just of important scenes from the show, maybe with a bit of post-canon exploration tbh

  • Mike: Domestic dog (alt choice: barn swallow)
  • Chuck: Tremblay’s salamander
  • Dutch: Peregrine falcon
  • Julie: Unsettled, he sticks to European magpie in Deluxe and tuxedo patterned domestic shorthair cat in Motorcity
  • Texas: Wolverine

(If you aren’t familiar with daemon AUs, they’re basically based on the universe of The Golden Compass/the His Dark Materials trilogy. In that universe, every person has an external, animal-shaped portion of their soul that speaks, has a distinct personality, and whose form indicates something about their personality or demeanor. Daemons can change shape until your personality becomes fixed, which is generally considered to happen in your early teens. After that, a daemon is considered “settled” and will never change shape again.)

lots and lots of daemon analysis under the cut

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anonymous asked:

do you know any western cartoons that feature memorable e/se characters? all I can come up with are: Avatar/Korra, Samurai Jack, American Dragon Jake Long, Pucca, and so on

Hi! Tbh, this is a tough question, because I don’t really watch a lot of animation or animated shows… Aside from the examples you’ve listed, there’s that old Hanna-Barbera Saturday morning cartoon The Amazing Chan and the Chan Clan (from the same line-up as Scooby-Doo and The Archie Show). Keye Luke provided the voice for Mr. (Charlie) Chan.

Speaking of protagonists, all I can think of right now are Hiro Hamada and GoGo Tomago from the upcoming Big Hero 6: The Series (Premiering on Disney XD in Fall 2017) and Marinette Dupain-Cheng (superhero Ladybug) from French animated show Miraculous: Tales of Ladybug & Cat Noir (second and third seasons are in progress).

Then there are Jubilee from X-Men: The Animated Series and Katana from DC Super Hero Girls, Hay Lin from W.I.T.C.H. and Yumi Ishiyama from Code Lyoko. Neither of these is the main protagonist, but they’re all are in the core cast of their respective shows, as far as I’m concerned.

If anyone knows more to this list, feel free to add or drop a message!


Special thanks to @neopuff for submission:

Anon submission:


Also, We Bare Bears!! Created by an actual Asian (Korean) American animator. The anti-bear sentiment itself is meant to mirror anti-Asian sentiment, but it also stars Chloe Park, a Korean American child prodigy, who’s the most important character after the bears.