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The Last Unicorn has been my all-time favourite animated movie. Thanks to www.disneyscreencaps.com, the entire movie has been screencapped online. The images are simply breathtaking. The images I posted here are just from 8 pages of caps, and there’s still 50+ pages to adore over! This are just landscape and scenery shots, and they are simply breath-taking!
Urgh the tapestry forests. URGH.
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I was so excited to hear that the novelization of Labyrinth is being republished, that I decided to share some photos from an awesome afternoon I had a few years ago:
A friend and I were on an Amazon forum discussing the change in paper quality in Tokyopop’s manga, when of the publishers turned up in the forums. I mentioned that I was a big Labyrinth fan and was glad that they were publishing Return to Labyrinth (even if I didn’t enjoy that story all that much). The publisher then sent me a message asking if I wanted to help out with a bit of promotion for the manga by going on a tour of the Jim Henson Studios in Los Angeles. It just happened that I was travelling there for a convention and immediately accepted. Above are some photos from our tour that day. I was especially excited to see some of the props from Labyrinth and Dark Crystal in a case in the lobby, including the statue and music box that can be seen in Sarah’s room. Also on display are two of the Skeksis from Dark Crystal which they spent a ton of money to have fully restored. The detail, which you would probably never even see on film is amazing.
Anyway, that tour was one of the best things I have ever had the chance to do. I also got to meet with the editor that was working on the manga at the time, who was super nice!EDIT: since a few people are asking about the tour, to my knowledge tours are given by invite only, but I think they do sometimes have shows there.
Just when I finally get a chance to visit The Silver Snail in Toronto, prominent for its super painted exterior, they have to move further away from my workplace…
But really, this store is filled to the ceiling with comic book memorabilia, along with other things such as the most merchandise of Star Wars I’ve ever seen anywhere and a wall chock full of manga volumes. Not to mention the giant Avengers poster of Black Widow by the stairway!
They even had an Ezio figure. Assassin’s Creed figure in… the… flesh. So want!
At least there’s Anime Xtreme nearby, but still, this place… what I would do to walk to it every now and then during my lunch break. Wish them a happy move!
You should see the old store now. Torn down. Sad.
John Scalzi gets it.
And the point isn’t “ALL men are menaces to women.” The point is “ALL women have been menaced by men.” THIS
"I was a gymnast for eight years, starting when I was 4 years old,” Pink tells People, explaining where she got her body confidence. “So instead of thinking, ‘Am I skinny? What does my body look like?’ I grew up thinking, ‘Am I fast enough? How can I use my body?’ I’m a person who could always lose a couple here and there, but I would rather be strong than bony.”
Pink says that her two-year-old daughter Willow shares her mom’s penchant for shedding her clothes.
"She said to me the other day, ‘Mama, on Tuesday I think we should get naked and have a naked booby butt dance party.’ I was like, ‘I’m in.’”