7:29 am 24,026 notes
Prepare for trouble…
Needed something fast and fun after that last painting. c:
movie-exclusive pokemon characters can i get a hell yeah
6:56 pm 32 notes
6:33 pm 42,535 notes
Because Pokemon shouldn’t force you to pick a gender you may not associate with.
Oh, just STOP WITH THIS. Do you know how complicated it would be if the game designers had to account for all of the different identity options and every single person’s beliefs or lifestyles? What would the character even look like? Would you have to design your own? What if you wear a hijab? What if you’re in a wheelchair? What if you’re black? There are 1000000 factors where people aren’t properly represented in ANY game. Wanna know why? When you’re playing, it doesn’t have to represent YOU directly. I’ve played as a male and female multiple times. It’s roleplaying. The character doesn’t physically resemble MOST of the people who play. Grow the fuck up, or go to school for game development and make a difference instead of whining on Tumblr and demonizing fucking Pokemon.
I LOVE YOU
4:32 pm 34,123 notes
Realistic Pokemon by RJ Palmer
Pokemon are serious business and we’re lucky to have dedicated artistic professionals like RJ to portray their true anatomies, backed up by science: Bulbasaur isnt a frog, you silly cartoonists, he’s got “SAUR” in his name, and if you’re familiar with these things we call dinosaurs, you’ll know that means big fuggin’ lizard. RJ’s depictions place most of the pokemon somewhere in the Permian to late Triassic, with Pokemon Trainers used as scale (though whether Pokemon Trainers existed in Prehistory is debatable).
8:27 am 45,455 notes
Musashi and Kojirou - challenging gender roles since 1997
GOD BLESS THESE TWO. and as a kid i never even questioned it?? i was just like SURE WHATEVER JAMES IS IN A DRESS AND JESSIE DOES WHATEVER THE FUCK SHE WANTS I LOVE TEAM ROCKET
9:35 pm 84,788 notes