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How about an explosive punch that turns his fists into faces which fire tongue whips which explode again?
Not to mention it looks like Tahu himself got a major overhaul too.
Says Miss I-Drink-Mustard.
Ten is dead. He’s gone! But he’s right on my back and in my hearts! He lives on as part of me!
WHO THE HELL DO YOU THINK I AM? I’m Eleven! I’m not Ten, I’M ME! THE RAGGEDY DOCTOR! GEEEEEERONIMO!
Oh, that is metal.
So this is how doge ends.
Not with a much bang, but with a such whimper.
I gotta wonder: if all the 4-person teams we’ve seen so far have had some sort of “theme” to them (fairy tale heroines, genderswapped war heroes, birds), what would SLVR’s team theme be?
They all appear to be themed around earthy tones, but that might be just artistic license in this picture to make them fit in better with Velvet’s design. The girl furthest on the left seems to be wearing an ushanka, so maybe she’s an adaptation of a Russian tale?
Her right leg was freakin’ me out for a little bit.
Still, I’d personally love it if Zelda was modeled after her Toon self (and had more TWW/PH/ST-like abilities like the Phantom Slash) and Sheik kept the more realistic OoT-style look, but beggars can’t be choosers.
(Not to mention the “they changed it now it sucks” backlash would be probably be pretty bad.)
And I’m all out of…ass…wait, what?
“Oh, grow up, 007!”
Homestuck AU where there’s emotional torque and violence and all your favorite characters die and OH WAIT
Calling it now: their menstruation will attract bears. Or something…
Hey, as long as I’d get to see the boss fight, I’m good.
Honestly, I’d put Mako’s family in a similar category to “plucky human sidekicks,” but not out of dislike for them or anything. Hell, I’d love if there was a Transformers series with a family as likable as the Makanshou’s.
Ira as Lugnut is perfect, though. “FOR THE GLORIOUS SATSUKITRON!”
Gama’s all like: “SHIT SHIT SHIT HOW DO I STOP BEING INTIMIDATING?”
GAIJIN AIRCRAFT ARE NO MATCH.
I love variable mixing in videogame music. There’s something incredibly satisfying about hammering away at a boss’s weak point in Zelda: Twilight Princess while the normally ominous boss music changes to a triumphant leitmotif.
Paper Mario: The Thousand Year Door.
Or at least, it does the second half of the title, but I still count it. My hype levels were through the roof.
“He’s like a bear! A big shaved bear that German-suplexes other bears!”
You know, I haven’t seen much art of Wildstyle in her western dress.
I’m surprised, because the second I saw it, I was like “boy, the internet’s gonna jump on that one.”