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The third of my Pop-Culture paleontology series! An appropriate number to represent the Three-Horned Face!
Center: The Modern Triceratops
First row, left to right:
Uncle Beazley/Retro Triceratops
1 Million BC Triceratops
Jurassic Park Triceratops
Cera from The Land Before Time
Back Row, Left to right:
Slag/Slug from Transformers
Woog from We're Back! A Dinosaur Story
Blue Triceratops Zord
Zeno the Triceraton from Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles
Lock Shock & Barrel (Nightmare Before Christmas) Artistic Tribute - 8x10 Art Print This digital illustration is inspired by the visionary spectacle of The Nightmare Before Christmas, produced by Tim Burton in 1993. *Watermark on the image will NOT be on your print, it's just to protect the artwork. **All art prints are 8x10 cardstock, unless otherwise requested.
Bee is holding out for a hero, Kat reminisces about men in tights, and Gricel is a meatball-head loving trash human. The lady nerds are astounded by the love for Shrek, fail to grasp the concept of time, and uncover the secrets of the Moon Kingdom.
Next work: Sailor Moon (the 1995 animated series)
Your viewing syllabus:
Episode 1: The Crybaby: Usagi's Beautiful Transformation
Episode 8: The Girl Genius Is A Monster: The Brainwashing Cram School Of Horror
Episode 10: The Cursed Bus, Enter Mars the Guardian of Fire
Episode 25: Jupiter, the powerful girl in love
Episode 33: Enter Venus, the Last Sailor Guardian
Episode 34: The Sparkling Silver Crystal! The Moon Princess Appears
Episode 35: Returning Memories: Usagi And Mamoru's Past
Episode 39: The Past Returns
Episode 45: Death Of The Sailor Guardians: The Tragic Final Battle
Episode 46: Usagi's Eternal Wish: A Brand New Life
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After talking to my incredible wife, I think I'm ready to give Pop Culture Paganism a try.
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Favorite thing about them: Beside the fact that i love the sea and i love mermaids, what is interesting about this character is how she mixes curiosity and sense of wonder and adventure with romantic sensitivity and altruism: she enjoys hearing stories about human beings, going to the surface to see them, she wants to know what it is like to have an immortal soul, she falls in love with a human who may give an immortal soul to her, she becomes a human, then let go of her love and goes to live another journey of self discovery in the sky, as a Daughter of the Air.
Least favorite thing about them: The amount of phisical suffering that the story puts her trough, first in the in universe tradition of putting twelve oisters in her tail to show she is a mermaid of high rank when she becomes 15 years old, then having her tongue cutted out (wich most adaptations change to be a magic potion that takes out her voice) and always feeling she is stepping in swords and bleeding when she walks and dances as a human. I just want to give her a hug and say: “Good Lord, Andersen! Chill!”
Three things i have in common with them:
I am a curious person.
I love hearing stories of distant lands.
I love the sea.
Three things i don’t have in common with them:
I am not a great singer.
I am not a great dancer.
I wouldn’t have the courage of submiting to physical pain in the name of love.
"Why have not we immortal souls? I would gladly give all the hundreds of years that I have to live, to be a human being only for one day and to have the hope of knowing the happiness of that glorious world above the stars."
"So I shall die, and as the foam of the sea I shall be driven about, never again to hear the music of the waves orto see the pretty flowers or the red sun? Is there anything I can do to win an immortal soul?"
brOTP: Her father the Sea King, her Five Sisters and her Grandmother
OTP: I ship her with happiness, health and safety while knowing that her hearth belongs to the Prince. And in the Let’s Pretend radio show and the Fairy Tale Theater series adaptations, it is implied that she falls not only for the Prince, but for the Princess who is betrothed to him, and i like that relationship dinamic.
nOTP: Any of her sisters or the Sea Witch.
Random Headcanon: The Fairy Tale Theater series gaved her the name Pearl, and that has become my name for her. Her five older sisters are called: Shell, Seaweed, Coral, Anemone and Sea Star.
Unpopular Opinion: I enjoy Disney’s Little Mermaid 1989 animated movie as a in name only retelling, instead of an actual adaptation. As such, i think we need to avoid comparing the Andersen fairy tale to the Disney animated movie, because really, they are different beasts that deserve being analyzed in their own therms, one as a masterpiece of literature and the other as a masterpiece of filmaking.
Song i associate with them:
Canção do Mar (Sea Song), by Dulce Pontes
O Mare e Tu (The Sea and You), by Dulce Pontes and Andrea Bocelli
Favorite picture of them:
This illustration by Anastassija Archipowa
These illustrations by Chihiro Iwasaki
These illustrations by Charles Santore
These illustrations by Veruschka Guerra
1968′s Soyuzmultfilm animated short film
Viktoriya Novikova in a 1976 russian live-action film adaptation
Pam Dawber in Fairy Tale Theater
"Monsters are tragic beings. They are born tall, strong and too heavy. They are not bad by choice. This is their tragedy."
love it when my friend comes to me with the plot of some obscure 2000s teen movie and i figure out the title within minutes <33 this is my one and only talent
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very interesting that supernatural in competent hands couldve been a deconstruction of cop shows and the action genre and the gunslinging hero archetype but instead it just makes reference to those things over and over again without any kind of purpose.