I normally don’t post about private stuff, but I was at Six Flags Great Adventure yesterday and it was awesome! I just happened to go on two rides (Green Lantern & Batman), but it was so much fun!
I’m a 17 year old girl, but I got myself a Batmancape and danced at the entrance with a friend of mine and a woman who worked there; weirdness is happiness, guys.
And now I own a cape. Now I can feel like a hero myself; my cape’s flying in the wind while I stare calmly into the depths of the night ~
not just followers, everyone.
I’m here if any of you need to talk<3
The best part is, this post actually does something, it offers support, unlike one of those useless “reblog if you care” posts.
Exactly. Which is why I’ll reblog this one.
ok guys so i need to clean out my gif folder but i have some gems in here so heres what im gonna fo
the first 3337 people to reblog this will get a totally random gif in their inbox
obviously if you dont have your submission box open i cant send you one but ill drop you an ask saying it wasnt open
if i have a gif that goes with your blog i may give you that one
I will do this until im out of gifs to give
People who don’t tag the name of the series/movie they reblogged a gif from …
Ah! A Munday question so early, what a nice surprise!
I’ll answer this two ways, first off, I’ll answer with my absolute favorite moment from the series. Hands down, Ryuko crashing down to earth and Satsuki running to catch her, the way the entire crew tried to break the impact, and then collapsed together in the end. That was just one of those moments that couldn’t have been done better, if you ask me. The cherry on top was the beautiful moment shared between Ryuko and Satsuki to bring it to a close.
Now, if we’re talking about overall ‘parts’ of the series, about the third of the way through, leading up to Satsuki betraying Ragyo would be my favorite part. Maybe toss in the episode after because I’m such a sucker for the big reveal of all the Elite Four members in Nudist Beach gear. I think that was the point where Kill la Kill peaked. Not that each part didn’t have their moment.
If I’m completely honest, I think Kill la Kill is clumsily put together. Almost all of the first six or so episodes could be done…more effectively, I guess? I thought Sanageyama’s backstory was well done, and Tsumugu’s introduction and the way it impacted the relationship between Ryuko and Senketsu was great, but it was otherwise forgettable.
People probably think I’m whining for the sake of it, but I selfishly want to see characters fleshed out. There were some interesting side characters in this series, but in the end I feel like they really fell flat. Did we really need Ryuko to lose her way so many times that we didn’t get to explore many of these interesting doors that Trigger wanted to open?
Actually I loved the first few episodes because of their goofiness; at first I was even ‘bit disappointed for the way the show went. But I get what you’re saying; in retrospective I’d trade these for deeper episodes for sure …