Princess, I love you! I love you so much it hurts! the pain, it-oh!

Princess Bubblegum: What you’re feeling is called infatuation. The pain is a product of you overvaluing a projected imaginary relationship with me.

Kero, I get it. Third time

(Source: thespoonmissioner)

I’m happy this exists

(Source: bewareofmpreg)

superbluebadger:

I decided to doodle Jen and myself for the first time ever- the results were not half bad. Jen is thoroughly unamused by the fact that I call her a nerd every single day.


NERP

superbluebadger:

I decided to doodle Jen and myself for the first time ever- the results were not half bad. Jen is thoroughly unamused by the fact that I call her a nerd every single day.

NERP

stormears:

gaarasgirl:

wier-min:

Sasuke isn’t the last of the Uchiha clan…

well whoever animated that royally fucked up

*THE SOUND OF CANON’S TECTONIC PLATES COLLIDING* 

Maybe the kids likes fans

pressing:

i thought this was another long dumb post but OH MY GOD. just when you’re about to lose hope in humanity, something like that comes up..

We can make it

(Source: iraffiruse)

luxwing:

missilecat366:

chocolatesingularity:

Some QUALITY anime and manga pictures I have saved, just thought I’d share them with you all.

What the fuck am I looking at?!

I see professional work like this and it gives me hope that maybe I don’t suck too bad.

^that

sebastiansthanh:

Jason Marsden Appreciation Post

  • Thackery Binx (Hocus Pocus)
  • Imaginary Gary (Fairly Odd Parents)
  • Chase Young (Xiaolin Showdown)
  • Haku (Spirited Away)
  • Kovu (Lion King II)
  • Max Goof (A Goofy Movie)
  • Tino Tonitini (The Weekenders)
  • Impulse (Young Justice)

And boy meets world

snoopblogg420:

rj-anderson:

fourteenery:

theanalyzersfanfics:

animonde:

 Take an exclusive look at Dreamwork’s ‘HOME’ characters 
Please, join our community on Facebook and Twitter

A comedy sci-fi film with a woman of color as the lead!

OH LOOK AT HOW CUTE SHE IS.

OK, here is what you need to know:
This movie, which may or may not be any good, is based on a book which is fantastically good. It’s called THE TRUE MEANING OF SMEKDAY, by Adam Rex, and not only does it feature a cross-continental road trip in a flying car by a dynamic eleven-year-old heroine of colour named Gratuity (her friends call her Tip), a cat named Pig, and the most loveable alien you will ever meet, it’s got a diverse supporting cast, makes some smart and pointed commentary about ageism, sexism, racism, and the treatment of indigenous peoples, is magnificently funny and moreover has some great comics in it.
It also makes a GREAT readaloud. I could do J.Lo (the alien)’s voice all day. But enough of my blather, let Tip and J.Lo tell you themselves:
10 Reasons to Read The True Meaning of Smekday
All I know about the movie so far is that they have changed J.Lo’s name to Oh (presumably because Jennifer Lopez is no longer a current cultural reference), given him some weird curlycues on his head and taken the ponytails out of Gratuity’s hair. Having seen the prequel, I fear I am not optimistic about this movie doing any justice to the book… but if it gets some people to read the book, that will be a Good Thing.

Wait… A DREAMWORKS ANIMATED FEATURE THAT DOESN’T HAVE A TALKING ANIMAL?!

How to train your dragon

snoopblogg420:

rj-anderson:

fourteenery:

theanalyzersfanfics:

animonde:

Take an exclusive look at Dreamwork’s ‘HOME’ characters

Please, join our community on Facebook and Twitter

A comedy sci-fi film with a woman of color as the lead!

OH LOOK AT HOW CUTE SHE IS.

OK, here is what you need to know:

This movie, which may or may not be any good, is based on a book which is fantastically good. It’s called THE TRUE MEANING OF SMEKDAY, by Adam Rex, and not only does it feature a cross-continental road trip in a flying car by a dynamic eleven-year-old heroine of colour named Gratuity (her friends call her Tip), a cat named Pig, and the most loveable alien you will ever meet, it’s got a diverse supporting cast, makes some smart and pointed commentary about ageism, sexism, racism, and the treatment of indigenous peoples, is magnificently funny and moreover has some great comics in it.

It also makes a GREAT readaloud. I could do J.Lo (the alien)’s voice all day. But enough of my blather, let Tip and J.Lo tell you themselves:

10 Reasons to Read The True Meaning of Smekday

All I know about the movie so far is that they have changed J.Lo’s name to Oh (presumably because Jennifer Lopez is no longer a current cultural reference), given him some weird curlycues on his head and taken the ponytails out of Gratuity’s hair. Having seen the prequel, I fear I am not optimistic about this movie doing any justice to the book… but if it gets some people to read the book, that will be a Good Thing.

Wait… A DREAMWORKS ANIMATED FEATURE THAT DOESN’T HAVE A TALKING ANIMAL?!

How to train your dragon