i saw this on fandom secrets a long time ago but im gonna share it with u guys
if you ever feel scared by something like a creepypasta or a horror game and cant stop thinking abt it in the dark, imagine officer cosgrove from freakazoid pointing at it and telling them to cut it out
Hey Slenderman, wanna go get some frogurt?
35. Bulbasaur Flowerpot (Succulent Monsters)
UPDATE! Reason why is the link not working is here :(
I… neeeed this !
From composers Aivi and Surasshu:
"Strong in the Real Way"
Music & Lyrics: Rebecca Sugar
Instrumental Arrangement & Piano: Aivi & Surasshu
Vocals: Deedee Magno Hall, Zach Callison
Guitar: Grant “Stemage” Henry
Drums: Roger “Rekcahdam” Hicks
Artwork: Paul Villeco
We loved arranging “Strong in the Real Way” - thank you Rebecca for being our “rock”! There are several people who helped bring this song to life. What you’re hearing is the result of Rebecca’s amazing songwriting, Grant’s blazing guitar playing, Roger’s fierce drum fills, and Deedee and Zach’s inspiring vocals! (I played the piano and synths.) Thank you everyone for your incredible performances!!!
Left 4 Chosen UnDead
Military Lugged Spear
- Dated: circa 1500 (on 19th century wooden haft)
- Place of Origin: North European
- Measurements: Overall length 234 cm. Head length 53.5 cm
Also called a “Bohemian Ear-spoon” the head of this polearm is formed of a tapering double-edged blade with a pronounced medial ridge running over its full length on both sides.
It is pierced with two triangular groups of circular holes towards the base and struck with the maker’s mark on both sides. It also features a trefoil filled with three small mullets and tubular socket formed with a pair of triangular flat lugs below a short neck, each pierced en suite with the blade, and each extending to form a pair of straps.
A closely comparable example bearing the mark of the same maker is in The Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York, inv. no. 14.25.460; see WALDMAN, John, Hafted Weapons in Medieval and Renaissance Europe, Boston 2005, p.8, fig.1.
ARE YOU WATCHING YOUR ANIMOOS LEGALLY?
This is a cheat sheet provided by r/anime that you can follow to make sure you’re watching anime legally and helping the industry as a whole
If a site’s not on the list, chances are it’s illegal as balls and I strongly recommend you try one of these websites D:
edit: I forgot to personally add official youtube accounts for companies like FUNimation and Nozomi Entertainment, who often upload the first few episodes (Or all of them, in some cases) to promote series that have been released. This also is legal, provided it comes from the distribution company that’s licensed it!
THE START OF A NEW SEASON? TIME TO REBLOG THE MASTERPOST OF LEGAL STREAMING
Also updated with new legal sources!
- nozomient (YouTube)
- Manga Entertainment (YouTube)
Support the anime industry and all their great animators!
I try to watch as much as I can legally and it’s about 90%.
I never really had a problem streaming things until I became a creator myself and understood just how much your views count.
(also remember to WHITELIST creators you like from adblock! I actually removed it from my computer)
Oh hey look a bunch of nerds I never draw.
Had some old drawing lying around of Cain and Cayenne hugging more or less done for too long so I touched it up a little and then threw Iris in because you cannot stop me
Awesome Kill la Kill (キルラキル) initial design art of Ryuko Matoi by Little Witch Academia creator Yoh Yoshinari (吉成曜) in The Art of KLK Vol.1.