It was late one day on the Boiling Isles, as Luz was running through the woods, "Amity, Amity, where is..." she said to herself while looking around before spotting said girl leaning next to a tree with a huge creek close to it and a tent set up, "Amity! Luz has arrived!" she skidded to a halt before her.
"I'm glad you could make it." Amity said sounding pleased.
"Well, Eda didn't mind since she likes it when I get out of the house," Luz began, "King on the other hand..."
She flashed back to when she was leaving King was clinging to her leg, "Please, Luz! Take me with you! I don't wanna be stuck here tonight!"
Luz hate seeing her little buddy like this picked him up, "Sorry, King. But I already made plans with Amity. Tell you what, when I get back let's you and I spend some quality time."
King sighed, "You drive a hard bargain, Luz. But I accept your terms."
"That's my little guy," Luz kissed King's forehead before putting him down, "See you later." she headed out the door.
A Tribute to Chadwick Boseman
Chadwick Boseman, an actor well-known and well-loved around the world, passed away last week. There have been many posts around the Internet about his passing, and we want to pay tribute to him as well by sharing works in honor of him from artists within the community.
Chadwick Boseman’s first leading role in a feature film was Jackie Robinson in 42, portraying the first African-American to play in Major League Baseball. This was one of several instances where he portrayed a historical figure on screen, and he never shied away from that, having been quoted as saying, “People have said, 'You don't need to do any more biopics. You don't need to play any more real people.' I don't agree with that.”
He took the importance of depicting African-American historical figures in film and theatre seriously, and he gave each and every role he played the knowledge and understanding that person deserved. Whether he was on the field as Jackie Robinson, dancing on stage as James Brown, or standing
Disney and Pixar Onward
Hey, everyone! I saw the new Pixar movie Onward the night before its official release day (just like I did with the Sonic movie). I was originally going to make a review journal of it yesterday, but stuff happened I didn't get enough time to work on it. ^^; Anyway, even since I saw the teaser trailer for Onward last year, I've been looking forward to seeing the movie for mostly two reasons.
1. I like the idea of mystical creatures in a modern society with no humans and very little magic.
2. The two main characters are voiced by MCU Spider-Man (Tom Holland) and Star-Load (Chris Pratt), which inspired me to make this picture:
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