winged muto

Oh man, I just thought of how Ryou’s dad is an archaeologist/museum curator who’s always away, so he wouldn’t know what sort of craziness was going in Domino unless Ryou wrote him letters about it. Then i thought of how the Items were buried at the end of the series, and then I thought of Yu-Gi-Oh characters having very good luck/bad luck on finding stuff that was supposed to stay hidden (the Puzzle, the God cards, Anubis’s tomb, the other Items, etc.), and my brain combined all that into this:

Ryou’s dad finds the Items post-series and puts them all in the museum except the Ring, which he mails back home

don't ever come with me to the movies

godzilla: *boxes the winged muto*

me: *punches the air* get his ass godzilla GET. HIS. ASS!

my wife: VINCENT!

*at the end of the movie*

godzilla: *makes his way back home*

humans: king of monsters? humanity’s savior?

me: *does an impression of godzilla* Y'ALL GONE NUKED ME TWICE BUT ALRIGHT I’LL LET THAT SLIDE DON’T YOU CALL ME WHEN YA LITTLE ASSES GET HANDED TO YA AGAIN I’M DONE WITH Y'ALL UNGRATEFUL SHIT

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Il Muto by Albrizzio in 1:25 scale

from The Phantom of the Opera

The second mock-opera in the show with a rococo-esque style. The beds canopy is basically a copy of Marie Antoinette’s bed in Versailles.

Usually the canopy is flown in and the bed is a separate part. The original Hamburg production wheeled on the whole bed with canopy and all, which I think takes away from the old-fashioned feel of victorian theatre. Not sure if other productions have done this? The headboard in many versions are detachable so that when stored the bed is lifted against it vertically to take up less space in the wings.