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♥ My OTPs ♥

(Not in order haha)

1. Reylo (Rey & Kylo Ren - Star Wars: The Force Awakens)

Originally posted by imogengroom

2. Chise Hatori & Elias Ainsworth (The Ancient Magus Bride/Mahou Tsukai No Yome)

Originally posted by medusalily

3. Wilde Hopps (Judy Hopps & Nick Wilde - Zootopia)

Originally posted by tinylamp

4. Harley Quinn x The Joker (Batman: The Animated Series etc.)

Originally posted by sarahmarvelous

5. Megamind x Roxanne Ritchi (Megamind)

Originally posted by braincoins

6. Sarah x Jareth The Goblin King (Labyrinth)

Originally posted by sarahs-delights

7. StormPilot (Finn & Poe Dameron - Star Wars The Force Awakens)

Originally posted by imwhe

8. Alice Kingsleigh x The Mad Hatter/Tarrant Hightopp (Alice in Wonderland 2010 & 2016)

Originally posted by xnourryx

9.  Ladynoir/Adrinette/MariChat/Ladrien (Miraculous Ladybug)

Originally posted by miraculousdaily

10. Butterfly Bog (Marianne x The Bog King - Strange Magic)

Originally posted by soufflegirlwithafrozenheart

I just wanted to show you all some of my OTPs haha :D ♥

Top 10 Anime Of The Week: Fall 2017 (Anime Trending)

Mid Season Quick Reviews - Fall 17

Originally posted by silverfox66

Ancient Magus Bride

If you only watch one show this season, make it AMB. It’s a bit of romance, a bit of shounen, and a heaping helping of fantasy. Chise Hatori is a human with tragic magical abilities. With nothing left to care for in this world, she sells herself into slavery. She’s bought by the mage Elias Ainsworth who sees her potential as his apprentice and bride.

The focus is on their relationship as Elias and Chise go on various magical adventures. Of course there’s something wrong with a centuries-old shadow creature buying a teenage bride, but this isn’t a simple romanticization. AMB never tries to suggest that this is a healthy relationship. It has ups and downs, trust and betrayal, tender moments and abuse. In the abundant fantasy, it still feels real.

And the feel of this anime is unlike any other. The pacing is somewhat odd as it tends to linger. The soundtrack is sometimes enchanting and sometimes a bizarre comedy track. In another anime I might count those traits against it, but they works here. Every odd direction seems to add to the fantasy. It feels unique and magical.

★★★★★★★★★★ 10/10

Originally posted by silversunsandgoldenmoons

Kino’s Journey

Star Trek on motorcycles. Okay, you probably want more than that, huh? Well then, Star Trek on talking motorcycles.

In a world where every city and most large vehicles are their own independent nations, each with a unique law or characteristic, the profession of “traveler” was born. Kino roams the world riding Hermes, a sentient motorrad. The contained, one-country adventures are perhaps the best possible use of the episodic format.

Kino is the archetypal blank slate through which the audience explores the world. Other characters are made with just the right level of depth as one-off appearances. The art and sound design excel at showcasing the beauty of this imperfect world. The only thing I really dislike is the CG when Kino is walking with their bike.

★★★★★★★★★☆ 9/10

Originally posted by whimsicalbunny

Kekkai Sensen & Beyond (S2)

Kekkai Sensen has not been what I expected. Some manga readers have told me that season 1 did not follow the source material well and established quite a different tone. The episodic nature of this season is apparently a more faithful adaptation. While I’m not normally a fan of episodic shows, I’ve been loving it. 

KSB follows Leonardo Watch and his colleagues at Libra, an organization of godly warriors. They reside in Hellsalem’s lot, a borough of New York that collided with a supernatural plane of existence and became home to all manner of dangerous beings. It’s very much monster of the week, in a way that allows a different protagonist to shine in each episode.

It’s a lot of fun. This is a show I’m always eager to watch. Animation and choreography are beautiful. Characters are interesting and vivid, though sometimes act as parodies of themselves, Zapp especially. And the OP, Fake Town Baby, is one of the few I don’t skip at this point and actually enjoy.

★★★★★★★★★☆ 9/10

Originally posted by zechs

Shokugeki no Soma (S3)

If you haven’t been keeping up, Shokugeki has a plot now. No, not a “plot,” an actual plot. Well, the “plot” is still there, now with story attached.

Yukihira is gunning for the Elite 10 during the obligatory culture festival arc, when Totsuki Academy changes hands. Azami Nakamura takes over and becomes a food dictator. New alliances are drawn and our protagonists become Rebels against the nefarious Central.

This season has not been as good as previous ones. It’s had weaker material to work with so far, but it’s about to get back to what it does well: head to head cooking battles. These past episodes have felt a bit rushed. Maybe that’s appropriate since the festival arc is really just a bridge between the Autumn Leaf Viewing and the Central takeover. I fully expect Shokugeki to get back in its stride shortly.

★★★★★★★✯☆☆ 7.5/10

Originally posted by kokianime

Garo: Vanishing Line

This is the third installment in the Garo series, but you don’t have to watch the previous ones to enjoy it. Sword is a hulking man with a sentient motorcycle, Luke is Reaper from overwatch, Gina is a set of boobs that can kick your ass, and Sophie is an orphan. Together they fight a new monster each week and try to figure out the mystery of “El Dorado.”

It’s pretty straightforward. The selling point is the fight scenes, which are full of motion and energy. Episode one is far and away the best in that regard. The weekly Horror routine is growing  stale, and it feels reluctant to really get into the El Dorado plot line. The cast is sufficiently introduced, so if next episode doesn’t move the story along I’m gonna take a star off my rating.

★★★★★★★☆☆☆ 7/10

Originally posted by 12taisen

Juuni Taisen / Zodiac War

A battle royale of super-powered warriors cosplaying as the twelve signs of the Chinese zodiac. What makes this show remarkable is its unpredictability. Unfortunately, the pattern becomes clear after a few episodes. It’s now obvious which characters are or are not in danger of dying next.

This is not good. But it is tremendous fun. However, with the recent changes to Monkey’s character, it became a lot less interesting. I don’t want to say much more so I don’t spoil anything. But if you’re down for some good ol’ mayhem, Juuni Taisen will deliver.

★★★★★★★☆☆☆ 7/10

Originally posted by natsv

Black Clover

I didn’t drop this, per se, but I can’t watch it anymore. You see, I died while playing the Black Clover drinking game. That’s when you take a shot every time someone says “In this world magic is everything.” Hard mode: every time Asta screeches, omae wa mou shindeiru.

In all seriousness, I’m still undeservedly optimistic about this show. There’s potential here, it could become the best traditional big shounen. But it doesn’t seem likely. Asta becomes tolerable after a while, though that voice direction will never be good. The writing is awful. The animation is basic, punctuated by seconds of epicness. The humor is juvenile at best.

This probably isn’t worth watching, but I’ll let you know if it gets better.

★★★★★☆☆☆☆☆ 5/10


The gif I chose is a good representation of my experience watching the show.  RoboMasters is the biggest disappointment of the season. The characters are all tsundere, what little we got was nothing special, and the plot felt incredibly forced.

★★ 2 stars, one for each episode that’s been subbed.

Dropped Shows:

Two Car

As a show staged entirely around character interactions, it’d be helpful if they weren’t all cliched parodies. These characters could have supported a more traditional sports shoujo, if only the focus was more on the relationships between teams instead of between partners.

Classicaloid (S2)

I want to say they were resting on their laurels this season, but did ClassicaLoid actually have laurels? Instead of watching this anime, just download the OST.

♥ MY OTPs ♥ *updated*

I wanted to do this again and show some of my new OTPs! 

(Not in order)

Reylo (star wars: the force awakens/the last jedi)

Originally posted by pixelrey

Chise x Elias (mahoutsukai no yome/the ancient magus bride) 

Originally posted by immanime

Wilde Hopps (zootopia)

Originally posted by green-eyed-heroine

Harley Quinn x The Joker (batman: the animated series etc.) 

Originally posted by unicorns-and-drugs

FinnRose (star wars: the last jedi) 

Originally posted by reylo-trash-lives-here

Stormpilot (star wars: the force awakens/the last jedi)

Originally posted by mamalaz

Jancy (stranger things)

Originally posted by lopezvalentina2

Mileven (stranger things)

Originally posted by shesavedus

Elisa x Asset (the shape of water)

Originally posted by ive-been-mistreated

Rumbelle (once upon a time)

Originally posted by mysafeexitfromtheworld

Ladynoir/Adrienette/MariChat/Ladrien (miraculous ladybug)

Originally posted by gordabby

Sarah x Jareth the Goblin King (labyrinth 1986) 

Originally posted by cupatty

Hattice (alice in wonderland 2010&2016)

Originally posted by xnourryx

Megamind x Roxanne Ritchi (megamind)

Originally posted by braincoins

Butterfly Bog (strange magic) 

Originally posted by pikuna


Elias aka bone dad

captainarwenpond221b-deactivate  asked:

Hey sister, can I have a brief rundown of Adam Warlock and what his deal is? And what way they might take it if he was in the MCU? Feel free to dumb it down a lot, the comics confuse me and I've read none of them, so ;) Side note, have you seen GotG2 yet?

Sure thing! 

So, long story short, a group of scientists called the Enclave decided they wanted to create the universes’ most perfect being, which resulted in Adam Warlock, originally just called Him. At one point he was the keeper of the soul infinity gem… to his detriment. The soul gem is actually kind of a nasty gem (and the only gem that hasn’t yet appeared in the MCU). It eats souls. In Warlock’s case prolonged exposure to it eventually led, in the future to him losing his soul and becoming the evil overlord Magus. Magus went back in time and actually ended up fighting himself as Adam Warlock, who still had his soul. Luckily Warlock won. And in an interesting turn of events Thanos (and Gamora) helped him do it. Not that Thanos and Warlock get along, because they don’t. They’re kind of the anti-thesis of each other. Thanos is obsessed with death while Warlock is obsessed with life. 

Anyway, Warlock was a huge player in the Infinity Series. In the first series Gauntlet, he was the one who traveled to Earth to recruit the Avengers to fight Thanos. In the second series, Infinity War, Warlock has possession of the Gauntlet and doesn’t want to abuse it so he decides to purge all emotion from himself in order to become strictly ruled by logic. When he does this Magus gets released from inside him. And it is Magus, actually, who is the Big Bad throughout the Infinity War story. 

Magus does some pretty cool things as a Big Bad, actually, like creates a team of evil doppleganger Avengers, which I would have loved to see onscreen but I don’t think we’re getting it. By the looks of it they’re sticking to the Gauntlet story.

Yes! I saw GotG 2. It was great! Here’s my review of it.

queen’s thief daemon au shit

because i’m too lazy to write a fic

  • irene was used to people asking what chares would settle as.  something pretty, perhaps, or something soft.  after her brothers’ deaths, chares settled into a king cobra instead.  rumors hold that it was his venom that killed her groom.  they’re not true, but irene lets them circulate.
  • eugenides was completely unsurprised when xenia settled into a housecat.  he would stick her in his tunic as they climbed sometimes, but their bond could stretch farther than anyone else’s he’s met, anyway; she can spy and steal for him.  once he loses his hand, she helps him hold down papers and get his arm through his sleeve.
  • costis thought alexandra would settle into a wolf or a dog.  instead he ended up with a bear.  he’d never even seen a bear, but she seems to scare the shit out of criminals, and her bulk will fill up a door enough that even the king can’t slip past her.  after particularly long days, she’ll carry him back to his rooms.
  • chares and xenia were awful around each other at first, sniping physically and verbally.  it’s chares who warms up to eugenides first, though; xenia avoids attolia altogether for months, and flinches if she gets too close
  • the first time costis sees eugenides touching the queen’s daemon he nearly punches him again, no matter that half the court is watching.  but chares apparently slithered around the king’s neck of his own accord.  the king looks very pleased with himself at the ensuing shocked silence, and for the rest of the meeting afterward.
  • xenia almost never talks to people, but she takes to costis immediately, addressing him when eugenides is busy in another room.  costis is alternately pleased and unsettled.
  • alexandra takes more than one arrow for the king and queen in their line of duty.  costis worries every time, but she always reminds him that he would do the same thing, so he can’t really scold her for it.  doesn’t make it any less awkward when the queen is injured and alexandra ends up carrying her.