I love her. #frankenweenie #weirdgirl #mytwin #awesome #mrwhiskers
The greatest scene in all animated movie history.
I may or may not recite this when I’m looking for things.
I wonder how long people have been waiting for these gifs
probably just as long as they’ve been waiting for Incredibles 2
Why? Because after Season 5 of Teen Titans the people in charge of Cartoon Network were asking for support if Season 6 were to happen. Shortly afterwards it was announced that the show was officially cancelled. There had been rumors in 2011 of a season 6, but those turned out to be false. Instead, the Titans were revived as New Teen Titans, a series of short comedic episodes. These episodes retained the animation styles and original voice cast, yet there was a much higher emphasis on humor and the characters were more chibi-styled. Because of the popularity of the series, it was announced that Teen Titans would be revived as Teen Titans Go!, a new television series with full-length episodes featuring the original voice cast. Of course, there are many differences between the two, but comparing these two would be like comparing Adam West’s Batman to Christian Bale’s version.
“Until me and my sister’s birthday..!”
“Oh my goodness I am so excited…! Especially since we have only two days of school left before then…! I hope we’re going to go somewhere special for our birthday…!”
“I know..! Looks like our birthday has pretty good timing in the week this year.. Oh, me too..!”
Cecelia watched the girl with her usual stare. And she thought she was a shy person. Weird Girl gave the girl a soft smile to hopefully make her a bit less scared. Annabel was a name that sounded a bit familiar. Vincent’s last comment is what made her remember, “Annabel Lee.. Isn’t that a poem, too..?”
Vincent looked up, a surprised smile coming to his lips. Truth be told, he was always impressed when others were well-versed in literature and poems. “Why, yes, exactly! From what I understand, it was the poem that brought my parents together. Isn’t that right, dearest?” He addressed the question to Annabel, who only nodded wordlessly. An almost indiscernible murmur came through the girl’s sweater, and Vincent grinned, “A capital suggestion, Annabel!” He stood, nodding to both girls with a quiet, “Wait here a moment, I’ll be right back!”
Weird Girl smiled hearing that a poem brought their parents together. It was a cute story already. The blonde tried to hear what Annabel told Vincent but didn’t make out a single word from the nervous girl. Vincent stood up, leaving Cecelia with Annabel. There was a bit of awkward silence until she tried to make things a bit more comfortable, since Annabel still looked nervous around Cecelia, “You’re lucky to have a brother that cares so much for you, seeing how timid you are…” she said. Hopefully that didn’t sound bad, but it was the first thing that came to mind.
The little girl jumped visibly at Cecelia’s words, looking like a deer caught in the headlights. For a moment she just breathed rapidly, never blinking as she stared into the wide eyes of the other girl. Then, as slow as molasses, Annabel blinked, her head rising out from her sweater until her lips were just barely visible, and whispered, “T-thank you. A-and y-you’re very p-p-p-pretty.” Immediately she burrowed back into the cloth folds, the tips of her ears burning bright red. Annabel didn’t talk to people if she could help it, but she knew anyone Vincent would invite over must be safe. Hopefully.
The blonde smiled when Annabel was able to work up the bravery to talk with her. Cecelia blushed at Annabel’s comment. With a light giggle she responded, “Oh, t-thank you. And really, I’m nothing to be afraid of.”
Annabel wasn’t one easily convinced. She’d watched people change from man to monster before her very eyes: teachers with dragon heads, librarians with tentacles coming out from where their arms should have been. Even this girl, her eyes seemed to be popping out of her skull, hanging loosely in her lap. Annabel buried her head into her sweater like a turtle, the only thing visible being her eyes. “Everything is to be afraid of. Vincent showed me…”
Cecelia gave Annabel a confused look, “Well, are you sure he’s right..? Not everything is scary.. I mean, things like marshmallows or flowers aren’t something to be afraid of, right..?”
“Look at these awesome glasses i found in the school! Do they make me look cool?”
“They look very cool, Edgar..”