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she’s our anchor, our strength, our center, the one that pulls us all together. she doesn’t fight for herself.
Gintama character Kurokono Tasuke actually placed in a Kuroko no Basuke character poll (via @habisan).
when you postpone saving the world to do sidequests
Sora: Riku… You’re safe! Riku!
Riku: Wait, haven’t we go this backwards?
Riku: And why are you having a tea party?
Sora: You’re safe, Riku!
Riku: Ah, never mind.
Riku: You okay? Feeling alright?
Sora: *nods* Yeah.
An animated series for Kingdom Hearts has been discussed frequently, usually as nothing more than wishful thinking. There were so many restrictions between Square Enix and Disney, it seemed like it would take a miracle to even get the project greenlighted, and don’t even get me started on how exactly they’d be able to cram all the details without making sacrifices.
The thing is, this project was actually a reality! Technically speaking anyway.
This news comes directly from Seth Kearsley, who posted storyboards from the un-aired Kingdom Hearts animated series in November 2013. Kearsley, a former director at Disney Animation Studios, was originally hired to direct and develop an animatic, as well as write the script for a test pilot back in 2002, when only the original game had been released. Although the pilot was received extremely well, the decision was made to scrap the project so as to not jeopardize the relationship between Square Enix & Disney as they began to expand the franchise.
Source: Seth Kearsley’s deviantArt