Y’know, i still don’t know quite what the blood moon does, because although there are ideas thrown around….there hasn’t really been a clear answer on what it does exactly.
“It’s telling marco he’s supposed to be with star!!”
Well, no, because Marco and Jackie have kissed on multiple occasions and the moon only showed up once….and that was when Star was in danger.
“The Captain said it was “The Moon Of Lovers””
Yes, the random voice we don’t know the origins of said that, and until i understand who that was….i don’t really consider that a reliable source…
The Demons have this ball as a tradition, If anyone knows about how this works….it’s Tom and his people.
A random voice calling it that doesn’t mean it is, and as far as i know, it said that to make Marco wanna go in order to keep Star from getting back with Tom.
The demons there make it clear that it intertwines souls, but never quite states that it means the couple is destined for each other (Which is another cliche i hope this show diverts from).
It picks out a couple, yeah, but for what purpose? Intertwining their souls is crazy and all but i’m not exactly sure what that means per say? Or what exactly intertwining souls do?
This show never answers the questions i want XD
But anyway, if you were to say that it DOES mean that the couple is destined for each other….then uh..
What about Tom?
No, i’m serious, Tom was under the light for a few seconds and nobody has anything to say about this whatsoever?
He even acknowledges that he’s under the light BY LOOKING UP AT IT.
((Take note that star is suddenly far away from the light))
This scene is weird, because the light followed Marco and Star EVERYWHERE before…and stopped following when Tom showed up.
Why did it hold on Tom at all? Why not stop before he gets into the light?
And yeah yeah i know what you’re gonna say.. “Well, Tom doesn’t count because he didn’t dance under the light”
Well, that one demon announcer never actually said you had to dance under the light, you just had to be selected and under it.
Dancing is probably a tradition, but not a requirement.
And isn’t it a bit suspicious that Tom had to y’know…..oh so conveniently leave before the moon showed up, out of the Moon’s light range? And then when he IS in light range the Moon shines on him?
But here’s the weirder thing, when did Star back up out of the light ? Tom JUST pushed Marco when he and star were still in the light.
Which means the light…left Star…and diverted to Tom..as he was pushing Marco.
WHY DIDN’T IT STAY ON STAR?? SHE HASN’T MOVED FROM HER SPOT!!!
Technically speaking Tom and Marco in this case, WERE the last ones under the light together…even if it was very brief.
Star and Marco may be bonded, but is anyone really doubting that Tom could also be bonded? Whether he was actually chosen, or that he forced himself into it?
If he’s bonded to anyone in that mess, it’s Marco, since the light left Star when Tom showed up…
But the prophecy at St. Olga’s!!
Yeah…its clearly about the bloodmoon bond…but take a close look at Marco’s symbol …
There’s an eye in the center of his symbol.
Why is there an EYE??!!
I would associate this with eclipsa or monsters except that this room has to do with the bloodmoon bond….so unless it has to do with Marco being evil or something.. (Which is a possibility)) , there isn’t much to associate it with.
But if this had to do with the bond… then would this be a sign that Tom was bound to Marco?
Not saying it has to be true but think about it…
What more of a clever twist it would be….if Tom had been bonded to Marco (And maybe technically Star) this entire time?
Good Cartoons tend to have pretty subtle hints and clever details hiding in plain sight, and between the eye, and Tom being oddly placed into the Moon’s light….I think they’re up to something…
Happy #Toonsday everyone! Here’s a fun little treat for you Tex Avery, Joe Murray, and John R. Dilworth fans out there!
Sarah takes this funny business thing very seriously. Here she is warming up for an important shoot. She makes sure to stretch (and squash) before every session so she’s ready for anything the cartoon calls for! It takes hard work and practice to make this look good!