this is my new otp hannigrab and this blog is now exclusively hannigrab arts alright
Having a pet is so weird. Like neither of you speak each other’s language and yet you form some strong bond by rubbing against each other and sleeping together and you might accidentally kick them in the face or step on their tail once in a while but at the end of the day you two are best buddies from entirely different species.
Yūga being extra smooth while performing Moonlight Legend at Japan Expo (x)
Tuxedo Mask becomes so much more compelling to me when played by a woman, sign me up, I am HERE for this.
Lady Tuxedo Mask is the best Tuxedo Mask.
Baby laughing while getting shots
> Rock star doctor.
I don’t care how old he will be I’m taking my future children to him
That person is in the right field! So many pediatricians are terrible with children; you can tell this person LOVES children and taking care of them.
Transformation Sequences in the Miraculous Ladybug PV
(These gifs took me far too long to make but it was worth it!)
A multitude of butterflies and their beautiful wings under the microscope.
Insane people get angry about a Coke ad in which America the Beautiful is sung in different languages. Apparently you’re only allowed to be American if you speak English.
What I love is that Coke fucking KNEW the uproar that would come about and did it anyway. They didn’t back down. They even made a Behind The Scenes video of the actual singers and told their stories. My favourite quote (which I will now butcher for you) was along the lines of: you don’t have to try to make the American population diverse, it already is.
Story of boys who aim to be firework technicians launched on Monday in ARIA
This year’s September issue of Kodansha's ARIA magazine debuted a new manga series by No. 6 manga illustrator Hinoki Kino on Monday. The new series, titled Setsuna Graffiti, is a youth story that follows a group of boys whose goal is to become firework technicians. In the start of the story, the protagonist, who is afraid of fire, meets a mysterious boy in a rural town where he lives.
Kino launched the manga adaptation of Atsuko Asano's nine-volume novel series No. 6 in ARIA in 2011 after providing the illustrations for the novels. Kodansha released the ninth andfinal volume in the manga series in Japan in March.
Asano’s No. 6 novels also inspired an 11-episode television anime series in 2011 by BONES. Crunchyroll and The Anime Network both streamed the series as it aired, and Sentai Filmworks released the series on home video in North America in 2012.
Source: Comic Natalie