Can we just take a moment to appreciate that this woman gave up her life long dream for her best friend?
I’m sorry but if you don’t love Charlotte LeBeouf you’re wrong
I feel like Charlotte was such a step forward in storytelling, particularly in something intended for kids.
So often they’re shown that the rich kids are nothing but snobs and that not a single one of them can ever care about someone less fortunate, even if they do call them ‘friend’. A lot of times they’re shown to backstab people to get what they want.
Charlotte’s friendship with Tiana is incredibly strong, despite the usual ‘obstacles’ that might prevent it, like differences in class and race. At the end she is genuinely happy for her best friend, and recognizes that the love between Tiana and Naveen is real and not something she could ever get between.
I wonder if the thought even crossed her mind to say ‘too bad’ and marry the prince anyway?
I don’t think it ever did.
Elsa and character traits shared with other Disney princesses.
DISCLAIMER: This post is not intended to promote “Soriku evidence” or function as any sort of proof or support of the pairing. This is merely an observation.
I am not entirely sure if a post has been made about this yet but I just wanted to give it a shot just in case it has been driving anybody else nuts.
You guys all remember the freaking sweet Reality Shift in The World that Never Was where Sora and Riku summon and fuse a gigantic Keyblade and go to town?
Well here is a shot of what the two halves of the Keyblade look like individually.
As we can see, the keychains are heart-fleur de lis things with a single wing on each half.
When we see the two pieces combined, it becomes clear that they have fused into something much smaller.
And upon closer inspection….
It is a paopu fruit.
Sora and Riku’s fused Keyblade has a paopu fruit keychain.
Video Source: YouTube - Everglow8444
"You wanna talk about problems? I sell ice for a living."
Because I’ve fallen in love with him. Severely.
Boys’ Night by Max Landis and AP Quatch
what the fuck this was so good
This is a really great comic, please read it.
THIS IS SO FUCKING GOOD.
I already plugged this over at my art tumblr, but seriously, if you haven’t read this, it’s amazing. It’s like 28 pages and has more characterization and subtext and implied backstory than I can imagine cramming into a comic twice this length.
I read “Boys’ Night” about a month ago and still can’t stop thinking about it, especially the last 6 or so pages.
Mickey and co. need to be in the public domain now.
I don’t know what I thought this was going to be but whatever I thought I was wrong and I’m glad
The animation changes but the Disney magic stays the same
I was waiting for someone to do this!