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#10. Star Wars Episode VI: Return of the Jedi (1983)
. This poster shows a montage of characters from the movie. In the background, Darth Vader stands tall and dark in front of a reconstructed Death Star; before him stands Luke Skywalker wielding a light saber, Han Solo aiming a blaster, and Princess Leia wearing a slave outfit. To the right are an Ewok and Lando Calrissian, while miscellaneous villains fill out the left.

#9. Little Shop of Horrors (1986)
Little Shop of Horrors (1986)

#8. Gremlins (1984)
Gremlins (1984)

#7. Critters (1986)
Critters (1986)

#6. Jaws (1975)
Roy Scheider in Jaws (1975)

#5. Scott Pilgrim v.s. The World (2010)


#4. Thomas and the Magic Railroad (2000)
Thomas and the Magic Railroad (2000)

#3. Ghostbusters (1984)
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#2. Donnie Darko (2001)
Donnie Darko (2001)

#1. Spider-Man (2002)
Spider-Man (2002)
5.) Peter Parker and Mary Jane Watson from the Spider-Man franchise.


4.) Scott Pilgrim and Ramona Flowers from the Scott Pilgrim series.


3.) Rose Garden (Ruby Rose and Oscar Pine) from RWBY.


2.) InuKag (Inuyasha and Kagome) from Inuyasha.


Honorable Mention.) Chinmay (Chiro and Jinmay) from Super Robot Monkey Team Hyperforce Go. 


1.) Haru and Baron from The Cat Returns.
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In this journal entry, I'll be telling you guys about scripts I've written, as well as scripts I'm currently working on. Keep in mind that these are all fan made scripts and might not get made into films/shows.

The first script I wrote was for a possible third Gremlins movie. For those who don't know, Gremlins was a 1984 horror comedy film directed by Joe Dante and released by Warner Bros. Pictures. The film was about a young man named Billy who receives a small furry creature called a Mogwai as an early Christmas present. He is told that there are three rules about taking care of a Mogwai:
1. Do not expose it to bright light, especially sunlight.
2. Do not get it wet.
3. No matter what, never ever feed it after midnight.
Things eventually start going wrong as the Mogwai multiplies, and it's spawn turn into Gremlins. The film later got a sequel in 1990 called Gremlins 2: The New Batch. The sequel was more of a self-aware comedy/parody. Now, in my script for Gremlins 3, Billy and his wife Kate (who was Billy's girlfriend in the first two movies) have a son named Billy Jr. They give him Gizmo (the main Mogwai from the first two movies) as a birthday present. The rest of the script involved pretty much the same things as the first two films, mixed with pop culture references from the time that I wrote the script (at one point, there was a scene in which Gizmo dances to Gangnam Style). Now, I wrote this back in junior high, and I doubt it will be made because I heard that Warner Bros. is already working on a Gremlins 3 script.

The next script I wrote was for a possible sequel to The Goonies, which was an '80s movie about a group of kids searching for treasure. The sequel script I wrote was in collaboration with one of my friends in junior high. We started writing the script before I had even seen the original film. I eventually watched the film about a week into writing the sequel script. But by then, my friend and I abandoned the unfinished script due to a lack of creative ideas.

After that, I was in my junior year of high school when I wrote a script for a pilot episode of an idea for an anime based on various Creepypastas. The series was going to have 5 main characters (Eyeless Jack, Laughing Jack, Ticci Toby, Slenderman, and Jeff), and was going to be a dark comedy. The pilot was going to be a half hour adaptation of the Jeff the Killer creepypasta, and was going to end with Jeff being kidnapped by Slenderman. There was also some concept art I did, but that's all that survives (as far as I know). However, the pilot script, as well as the scripts for Gremlins 3 and Goonies 2, are lost due to me most likely throwing them away.

Then, when I was in my senior year of high school, I began writing scripts for a four part live action film adaptation of my favorite manga/anime series Inyuasha. The original series was about a Japanese high school girl named Kagome, who one day falls down a well and ends up going back in time to Feudal Japan, where she meets a half human/half dog demon named Inuyasha. So far, I've only written the rough drafts for the first two films as well as part of the rough draft for the third film, and I'm currently working on the 8th draft of the script for the first movie.

As of right now, I'm still working on the Inuyasha scripts, as well as a script for an adaptation of Black Butler and a script for an R rated reboot of Attack of the 50 Foot Woman. That's all I have to say. Bye.
This is my first LEGO review. Today I will reviewing set 4854, also known as Spider-Man 2: Doc Ock’s Bank Robbery. This set was released in 2004 to coincide with the release of Spider-Man 2. It includes 5 minifigures, a police cruiser, a police bike, and a bank. First, let’s talk about the minifigures, starting with Spider-Man. The details and colors on this minifigure are pretty neat, although I do wish the legs had some red paint on them or something to indicate where Spider-Man’s boots are, like all of the newer Spider-Man minifigures do. Other than that, it’s still a great minifigure. Next is the Doctor Octopus minifigure. The printing on the torso is okay, maybe darken the color of the jacket a bit to make it look more like the one in the movie. However, I do like the build for the mechanical arms, which has also been used for a few newer Doctor Octopus minifigures. I also wish there was a bit of printing on the back of the torso, but that’s understandable as most LEGO minifigures at the time didn’t have printing on the back of the torso. The next minifigure I’m going to talk about is Aunt May. The minifigure looks great and the outfit looks pretty accurate to the one she wore in the scene that this set is based on. The last two minifigures in this set are a couple of police officers. These minifigures are pretty generic looking. The heads are just recolored LEGO City police officer minifigure heads, and they wear generic dark blue uniforms, which were later recolored for the Bad Cop minifigure from The LEGO Movie. Also, one of them wears a helmet that I think was later reused for the Mars Mission sets. Okay, now onto the vehicles, starting with the police cruiser. It looks pretty neat and has a sticker on the hood that displays the set’s number (4854). Unfortunately, it’s missing a roof. Now, on the back of the box (and near the end of the instruction booklet) there’s a picture for an alternate build for the bank and the cruiser, and the alternate build shows the cruiser with a roof, but no instructions have been found for either of these alternate builds. Anyway, next is the police bike. It’s just a standard LEGO tricycle with 1X1 smooth tiles for police lights. The last part of part of the set (before I talk about the box) is the bank. It has some double doors in front and a removable safe that has a handle on the back for one of Doc Ock’s arms to grab onto. There are also 2 stickers (a digital clock and a sticker with the word “BANK” in bold white text) as well as a web piece with a blue translucent spider piece. It looks somewhat accurate to the movie, although I think they should’ve added the bank teller’s desk, and maybe even a bank teller minifigure. And last thing to talk about is the box. It has a nice looking blue border around the front of the box, and also has the Spider-Man 2 logo near the top. Also on the box, there’s a label that reads “OFFICIAL MOVIE MERCHANDISE”. The back shows a few pictures of what cool features the set has. And now for my rating.

Minfigures: 8/10 
Build (including bank and vehicles): 9/10
Accuracy to the movie/scene: 6/10 
Box: 9/10 
Easiness to build: 10/10 
Total Score: 8.4/10 
An RP for my giantess OC Vinnie's 30th birthday.
Setting: Beach
Happy birthday Citty!
    It had been a few months since Thomas the Tank Engine and his engine friends had been turned into humans. Thomas, how looked like a 17 year old human male, was trying to pull a prank on Gordon, who had the appearance of a 40-something human male. Unfortunately, the prank didn't work. Just then, James, who looked like he was in his mid 20's, arrived to tell Thomas some news. "The Fat Controller (that's Sir Topham Hatt for any American fans who are unfamiliar) told me that Lady has also been turned into a human", James said. This made Thomas excited. He hadn't seen Lady in about 12 years, and he kinda liked her, so he couldn't wait to see what Lady looked like in human form. The Fat Controller agreed to let them travel to Shining Time to visit Lady. When they arrived however, everyone seemed to be in a state of panic. "What on Earth is going on here", exclaimed Gordon. "I'm not sure", replied Thomas. "But look. There's Muffle Mountain!" Muffle Mountain was where Lady had been kept for years. "Wait a minute", added Thomas. "What are those two ginormous purple mountains right next to it?" "Let's go find out", suggested James.

    The three of them climbed a large purple and gold mass before they got to the bottom of the two mountains. The surface felt like some sort of fabric. Gordon and James backed away. They planned to try and scare Thomas. "Y-you go f-first, Thomas", James said, pretending to be scared. So Thomas climbed the mountain to his left. The mountain felt surprisingly soft. When he finally reached the top and tried to catch his breath, Thomas nearly fell over. Right in front of him was the humongous face of a woman who appeared to be in her early 20's. The young giantess woman was looking down right at him. "THOMAS", the woman gasped. "IS THAT YOU?!" Thomas was puzzled at first, but he sound figured out who the giantess was. "Lady", he said. "Is that you?!" "YES, IT'S ME", Lady replied.

TO BE CONTINUED...
This is a list of cartoons, comics, anime, manga, and stories that I think should be made into movies. I'm excluding my own comic so that I don't sound biased.

  1. Inuyasha. Inuyasha is a manga series by Rumiko Takahashi, and is about a teenage girl named Kagome who falls down a well one day and ends up in Feudal Japan, where she meets a half-human/half-dog demon named Inuyasha. The two of them travel across Feudal Japan to find pieces of a jewel known as the Shikon Jewel, while meeting other people and demons along the way. I'm actually working on a few fan scripts, in which the story would be split into 4 live action movies.
  2. Code Lyoko. Code Lyoko is a French cartoon created by Thomas Romain and Tania Palumbo and produced by MoonScoop Group, and is about a group of teenagers who travel between the real world and a virtual world called Lyoko in order to fight an evil AI called XANA. The series also had a live action continuation/spin-off called Code Lyoko: Evolution. If the series were made into a film, I think it should take place about 10 years after the events of the show.
  3. Jane: Defender of Decura. Jane: Defender of Decura is a series of online stories by lordwolx.deviantart.com/ and is about a grocery store clerk named Jane who ends up in a strange medieval world known as Decura. Not only that, but she's also huge. The story follows Jane as she tries to protect the people of Decura and find her way home. If the series were made into a film, I'm not sure if it should be live action or animated.
  4. Sailor Moon. Sailor Moon is a manga series by Naoko Takeuchi, and is about a teenage girl named Usagi Tsukino who meets a talking cat named Luna. Usagi then finds out that she can transform herself into Sailor Moon, a soldier who must save Earth from evil. Along the way, Usagi must also find the other Sailor Senshi (Mercury, Mars, Jupiter, Venus, Neptune, Uranus, Pluto, Saturn, and Chibi Moon). The reason I mentioned this one last is because it would be a bit difficult to adapt the story to film, and because many companies (including Disney) have tried to get the film rights, but can't for unknown reasons.
I do not own any of these.
Inuyasha is owned by Rumiko Takahashi.
Code Lyoko is owned by Thomas Romain, Tania Palumbo, and MoonScoop Group.
Jane: Defender of Decura is owned by lordwolx.deviantart.com/
Sailor Moon is owned by Naoko Takeuchi.
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Just fill in the blanks in the comments. They don't have to be the words from the original story. The whole point of a mad lib is to change the words to make the story sound funny. Have fun.

Edward was a little blue engine who lived in the _____________(place) with the other engines. They were all bigger than Edward, and boasted about it. "The Driver won't choose you again", they said. "He wants strong engines like us." But the Driver and Fireman felt _______________(emotion) for Edward. "Would you like to come out today", they asked. "Oh yes please", said Edward. So they lit his fire and made lots of steam, and Edward ____________(action word (past tense)) away. The other engines were cross for being left behind. Edward arrived at the _________________(place). The coaches were very _______________(emotion) to see him. Edward was coupled to the coaches. The passengers got on, the Guard blew his whistle and waved his green flag, and Edward started. Edward ____________(action word (past tense)) hard all day. The passengers thought he was very kind, and the Driver told him he would let Edward out of the ________________(place) the next day. "I'm going out again tomorrow", Edward told the other engines that night. "What do you think of that?" But he didn't hear what they thought, for he was so ____________(emotion) and _________________(emotion) that he fell asleep at once. Next morning, Edward woke up to see nothing had changed. Gordon was still boasting. "You watch me, little Edward, as I ____________(action word) through with the express. Goodbye." Edward laughed and went to do some shunting. Edward liked shunting. He liked to come up behind the trucks and give them a bump. Edward played until there were no more trucks, then he stopped to rest. Presently, he heard Gordon passing by. Gordon was very cross. Instead of nice shiny _____________(object(plural)), he was pulling a lot of very dirty trucks. "A goods train. A goods train. A goods train", he grumbled. "The shame of it." Edward laughed and went to find some more trucks. Then there was trouble. "Gordon can't get up the hill", said the yard manager. "Will you take Edward and push him please?" Edward found Gordon at the bottom of the hill, and came up behind the train to push. The two engines pushed and pulled, and pulled and pushed, and almost before he realized it, Gordon found himself at the top of the hill. "I've done it", he shouted. He forgot all about Edward, and didn't say thank you. Edward puffed into a siding to have a drink, and there his Driver said, "I'll get out my ______________(object) tomorrow and give you a new coat of blue with red stripes."
Just fill in the blanks in the comments and have fun.

Thomas is a Tank Engine, who lives at a big _________(place) on the Island of Sodor. He's a __________y (describing word (personality)) little engine with six small wheels, a short stumpy funnel, a short stumpy boiler, and a short stumpy dome. He's a fussy little engine too, always pushing ___________(thing (plural)) about, ready for the big engines to take out on long journeys. And when trains come in, he pulls the empty __________(thing (plural)(same as before)) away so that the big engines can go and rest. He likes playing tricks on them, including Gordon, the biggest and proudest engine of all. Thomas would come up quietly, and go "Peep! Peep! Why don't you ________ (action word that doesn't end in -ing) hard like me?" One day after pulling the big express, Gordon arrived in a siding, very ________(describing word (mood)). He was just going to sleep, when Thomas came up in his cheeky way. "Peep! Peep! Wake up, Lazy Bones! Do some hard work for a change! You can't catch me!" And he ___________(action word that doesn't end in-ing) off laughing. Instead of going to sleep again, Gordon thought about how he could get back at Thomas. Next morning, Thomas wouldn't wake up. His Driver and Fireman couldn't make him start. People were ____________(action word that ends in -ing), but the coaches weren't ready. At last, Thomas started. "Oh dear. Oh dear", he ______________(action word that ends in -ed). Thomas fussed into the _______________(place). "Hurry up, you", grumbled Gordon. "Hurry yourself", replied Thomas. "Yes", said Gordon. "I will." And almost before the coaches were ready, Gordon reversed quickly. "Get in quickly, please", said Gordon. He passengers got in quickly, the Guard blew his _____________(object) and waved his green _____________(object), and Gordon started. Thomas usually pushed behind the train to get it started, but he was always uncoupled first. This time the train started so quickly that they forgot to uncouple Thomas. Gordon's chance had come. The train went faster and faster, too fast for Thomas. At last they stopped at a ____________(place). Thomas was uncoupled and went onto a turntable, thinking about everyone laughing at him. "Well, little Thomas", chuckled Gordon. "Now you know what hard work means, don't you." Thomas had no more breath. He just went over to a water column and had a long drink. After that, Thomas puffed slowly back to the shed, and was careful never to be cheeky to Gordon again.
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Here, you can ask questions about my Vultress comic book series, and I will answer them.
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So, I had this idea in mind for a while. I've been wanting to do a series of recreations of stories from The Railway Series by The Rev. W. Awdry on YouTube, using Minecraft: PlayStation 3 Edition. But I'm gonna need some help, so I was wondering if there is anyone who has a copy of the PlayStation 3 version of Minecraft who would be interested in helping me out.
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I was just wondering if there are any other anime characters that I should draw as they would look 10 years later. If so, please comment which character(s) I should draw.

RULES:

1. It has to be a character from an anime and/or manga that already exists. No OCs.

2. No animals. However, human-like characters with animal parts (such as Inuyasha from Inuyasha or Ichigo from Tokyo Mew Mew) are fine. The reason for this is because it would be a bit difficult for me to draw animals as they would look 10 years later.

3. Robot and/or android characters are fine, as long as there is anything in that anime/manga that states that that character would show visible signs of aging, as this is a suggestion page for a "10 years later" type of drawing.

4. Alien and/or monster characters are also ok.
So, I'm currently working on a recreation of the Island of Sodor from Thomas and Friends in Minecraft (which I will try to finish and upload pictures of on my DeviantArt gallery this weekend), and I was just wondering if there are any other fictional worlds from movies, television shows, cartoons, anime, video games, books, etc that you guys would like to see me recreate in Minecraft.

SOME THINGS TO KEEP IN MIND:
1. I only have the PlayStation 3 version of Minecraft, with the latest update and only 1 texture pack (the steampunk one). With this in mind, there might be some things I won't be able to make.

2. The surface area of a map in the PlayStation 3 version of Minecraft is 864 blocks by 864 blocks.

3. If you suggest a fictional world that I don't know about, I will ask you to send me links to pictures for reference.

4. You can suggest your own fictional world(s), but if you do, you must send me links to pictures for reference.