Dark Horse and Nintendo will continue our legendary partnership with The Legend of Zelda Encyclopedia. The Legend of Zelda Encyclopedia is a 320-page exhaustive guide to The Legend of Zelda franchise from the original The Legend of Zelda to The Legend of Zelda: Twilight Princess HD. The guide describes enemies, items, potions, an expansion of the lore touched upon in the 2013 Hyrule Historia, concept art, screencaps, maps, main characters and how they relate, languages, and much, much more. The Legend of Zelda Encyclopedia, the last of The Goddess Collection trilogy, which includes Hyrule Historia and Art & Artifacts, is a treasure trove of explanations and information about every aspect of The Legend of Zelda universe.
The Legend of Zelda Encyclopedia will go on sale April 24, 2018.
1. first and foremost is ACTUAL NATIVE AMERICAN (specifically Cheyenne Nation) representation and issues! An actual Native American cast and it focuses on their stories just as much as it does the other’s stories.
2. FUCKING an entire story arc dedicated to three girls helping each other escape an abusive ex.
3. A two or three episode arc about a rape victim’s ptsd and specifically mentions triggers by name, i literally screamed at my computer screen u guys
4. I don’t have a screencap of it but in the first episode one of the main girls goes to a strip club to get info and jumps up on a pole and starts taking her jacket off and promises “more for anyone who can give me info” and she ends up never even taking her (modest) undershirt off and she always has the upper hand in this situation and there are plenty of mentions of sexual violence towards women but it’s never shown in a grotesque way and ALWAYS framed as a terrible act and the women are always so?? empowered??
5. the best cinematography that i have seen in a tv show man. this is movie-level cinematography. i love it so much.
this show like you THINK it’s gonna be some “rural detective show with a white guy and his gun” but it evolves into so much more even within the first few episodes and even with all the intersectionality aside, it really is a GREAT show tbh. The plot, the characters, it’s all great.
It’s on netflix for free and season 6 comes out this year and JUST WATCH IT OKAY.
Don’t tell me… the orange haired girl is Yume’s “Akari” isn’t she (well it’s more likely gonna be that french idol that Elza kicked out, Alice, that’s gonna take Yume’s place as main idol but heh, both of em would be better than her)