why is there no hd video of this

The hero’s bond

I absolutely love the fact that Wolf Link is in Breath of the wild. So much so that I thought it would have been even better to have had regular TP Link helping BOTW Link during his quest. 

So naturally I though of the possible conversations they would probably have, and after some daydreaming I made the connection that they have both had “almost something” relationships.  

And then BOOM! This came out of my head, to my drawing pad, then to your eyes!

I might actually keep making these if I think of some more stuff like this.

But at any rate, hope you like my art!

Edit: I have started the series, give it a look why dontcha?

The hero’s bond “Teamwork” Part-1

Steven Universe:  A Thousand Years

Watch here for full HD quality.


I’ve never played a Kingdom Hearts game outside of the GBA one but every time I take a cursory glance at it, it just seems like this insane melange of bad ideas.

Like, crossing over Final Fantasy and Disney cartoons already seems like a silly idea, but to make the story deathly serious is incredibly silly.

Then, they gave KH a story so convoluted that kids who like Disney cartoons couldn’t possibly follow it, released the story completely out of order, and released it across nearly two decades of different video game systems. 

And every game holds important plot information, so if you skip even one you’re gonna miss something important. Even the phone games.

I’m incredibly impressed with how the Kingdom Hearts HD Collections attempt to put all of the Kingdom Hearts lore in a comprehensible package. Even then, each HD collection has like five games and two CGI movies per collection. Who has time for all of that? Why did they make it that convoluted to begin with? 

Metal Gear Solid, a series known for being convoluted and hard to follow, only has six canon games you need to play to understand everything. 1, 2, 3, 4, Peace Walker, and V. Play all six of those games in release order and you’ll understand Metal Gear Solid.

But with Kingdom Hearts, it’s like “play these fifteen games, chronological or release order doesn’t matter, and watch these three movies summarizing the events of pre-smartphone phone games, and MAYBE you’re SORTA understand what’s going on in our game about Mickey Mouse.” 

Moana Had Brothers?! Meet 'em in Exclusive Deleted Scene From Disney's Animated Blockbuster

How far did Moana go from the initial drawing-board version? Fans who snapped up $565 million worth of tickets worldwide might not recognize the story of the plucky teen wayfarer as originally conceived.

With the Oscar-contending animated hit heading home (the Digital HD version arrives Tuesday while the Blu-ray/DVD hits shelves on March 7), Yahoo Movies has an exclusive deleted scene (watch it above) that shows how the title heroine evolved as a character.

Related: Lin-Manuel Miranda on His Oscar-Nominated ‘Moana’ Song: ‘You Start By Thinking, Don’t Write “Let It Go” ‘

As they set up the clip, directors Ron Clements (the one with the beard) and John Musker reveal where it originally had fit in the film.

“This is a very early scene in the movie, where Moana had six older brothers,” says Clements, “and this was a showcase for Moana’s sailing proficiencies and how she really kind of outdoes her brothers.”

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“We lost her brothers and wanted to make her less proficient when she was sailing so this scene went away,” adds Musker. “But it’s a fun scene.”

(Courtesy of Disney)

“The scene went away as did her six older brothers,” says Clements. “Somehow she became an only child and probably is much happier as an only child.”

(Courtesy of Disney)

The “Lost Brothers” deleted scene is one of seven included on the home edition, along with a Lin-Manuel Miranda tune, “Warrior Face,” that also wound up on the cutting-room floor.

(Courtesy of Disney)

As Musker and Clements explained earlier to Yahoo Movies, they ultimately decided the film is about Moana’s journey of self-discovery and empowerment and the story was streamlined accordingly. For example, the directors said an early iteration of the story had Maui performing more heroics in the climactic battle, but, after discussing with some female coworkers, the filmmakers realized Moana didn’t need Maui’s help in defeating the vengeful goddess Te Kā. Likewise, the subplot with her battling a half-dozen brothers for the attention of their chieftain father felt superfluous.

Related: Is 2016 the Best Year for Animation Ever?

Disney is notorious for its intense story-vetting process, with many films undergoing radical changes, and Moana is no exception. Musker and Clements, whose joint credits include Aladdin, The Little Mermaid, and The Princess and the Frog, told us earlier that the heroine’s breakout sidekick, the daft rooster Heihei, was almost excised from the film because they had trouble figuring out how best to organically fit him in the story.

In addition to the excised scenes and song, the Digital HD and Blu-ray versions of Moana will include the Maui-Moana short “Gone Fishing,” the theatrical short “Inner Workings,” music videos, making-of featurettes, director’s commentary, and a guide to the film’s Easter eggs.

[Download Link] “Engeki Haikyuu” Line Live Stream (19.08.2017) [HD]

● This is the “Engeki Haikyuu” Line Live stream that was held specially for the “Haikyuu Day”
I’ve desided to share it with those who missed the stream or can’t watch it by any reason.
(for example, the Line Live site is blocked in Russia, only God knows why)

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