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Hello! I’m Thomas Crafter. I’m the President of the Society for Modern Western Animation and American Editorial Interference for Non British Audiences.
We use this blog to reblog stuff from Adventure Time, Avatar, 90 Cartoons, other western Animation shows and films and animators.TL;DR Animation Blog!
Also, I'm going to Recomend stuff, my mate Ben is keeping a Creepily large amount of Kim Possible stills and Jenny, our VP is doing analysis of Modern Western Animation..

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deesky:

sosungalittleclodofclay:

d-keynote:

thatpunnyguy:

gafsketchbook:

This is why i think Avatar should be R rated 

If you wanted to take it a step further, you could argue that water benders could take out all the fluid from someones body, turning them into a mummified husk 

and a highly skilled metal bender could control the iron in another person’s blood, kinda like what Magneto does in X-Men a lot

What a great time to be anaemic.

earthbender ambushes

waterbenders surfing through the battlefield on a wave of blood.

I can’t agree with this. The real world is filled with violence, and there are several ways to kill someone, but that doesn’t mean everyone kills. The ATLA characters aren’t the ones that can kill just because someone is “evil”. So far, Katara and Korra had threatened their enemies, but they were angry at the moment. 

Also, just because we haven’t “seen” those brutal deaths doesn’t mean they didn’t happen on the avatar universe. 

For instance, I’m pretty sure Amon killed the Liutenant by crushing his organs with bloodbending. And don’t forget all the characters that said “A firebender killed my parents-mon-etc”, how do you think firebenders kill people? 

Personally, I don’t know how much joy there is to be found in finding more brutal ways for people to destroy each other.

encipher:

nuktuk:

polarbeardog:

otherwindow:

Kids show.

yeah this was a pretty graphic finale… it’s still a kids show. But wow. There’s some blood on the ground where P’li blew up.

Don’t forget about the Ghazan suicide scene

pretty sure this is why they don’t air it on tv anymore…

fuckyeahgravityfalls:

2x04 “Sock Opera” - Sep 8, 2014 (9:00 PM - 9:30 PM ET/PT)

Mabel decides to put on a sock puppet rock opera to impress a local puppeteer, but her show goes awry when Dipper’s drive to uncover journal secrets leads to a supernatural disaster. 

2x05 “Soos and the Real Girl” - Sep 22, 2014 (8:30 PM - 9:00 PM ET/PT)

Soos needs a date for his cousin Reggie’s engagement party and looks to a dating simulator game to help him talk to girls.

These look cool

(Source: disneyxdmedianet.com)

joethejohnston:

raveneesimo:

New Steven Universe episode tonight! At 6:30pm on Cartoon Network, you can catch the premiere of “Joking Victim”. Its another one from me and my dear partner, Paul. Please, enjoy!

CAN YOU HANDLE THE HEAT!

joethejohnston:

raveneesimo:

New Steven Universe episode tonight! At 6:30pm on Cartoon Network, you can catch the premiere of “Joking Victim”. Its another one from me and my dear partner, Paul. Please, enjoy!

CAN YOU HANDLE THE HEAT!

crispystar:

Imagine dipper going up to wendy and saying “talk dirty to me” and then playin it on his tuba - imaginegravityfalls

I literally stopped everything I was doing at the moment to make this.

Nice try, Dipper, nice try.

masterkatara:

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But what we did get is the most growth out of Korra’s character than we’ve had in 3 seasons. She’s getting knocks and bumps and it’s getting harder to bounce back. Her natural talent that made her the most annoying Mary Sue in the first two seasons isn’t enough to keep her afloat anymore.

As for her loss, do you remember the season 2 finale of A:TLA? Aang got wrecked in the avatar state, and Ba Sing Se fell.
I think it’s supposed to feel somewhat unsatisfying. We get the juxtaposition of this celebration of the air nation with the realisation that Korra is defeated.

I’ve haaaaated Korra for like 2 seasons, but getting out of Republic City, the return of the spirits, and seeing the air nation and the maturity of Korra has really turned me around for this one