Hello everyone! We would like to invite you to participate of #KoutabaWeek! The first time celebrating this pairing from the manga Ao Haru Ride by Sakisaka Io.
Our purpose is to spread our love for this characters’ relationship through edits, graphics, fanmixes, fanart, videos, whatever you want! for an entire week (+ one more day because it’s Kou’s birthday!) The date of this event goes from May 20th to May 27th.
Do you want to participate? it’s easy! during this week we will be reblogging everything tagged a #koutabaweek, so make sure your work is tagged as that. But you can also submit your work on the official koutabaweek blog.
These are the prompts for each day:
- Day 1: Blushing
- Day 2: Protect or Support
- Day 3: Rain
- Day 4: Touch
- Day 5: Jealousy
- Day 6: Hurt
- Day 7: Change
- Bonus day: Kou’s birthday!
Remember not to bash any of the other characters (Touma and Narumi haters, we’re looking at you) since our only purpose is to express our love for FutabaxKou. Also, don’t repost other people’s works. We will not reblog any stolen material.
If you have any questions just ask us!
Futaba, Kou and their middle school selves!
1st pictures of next Studio Ghibli film “Omoide no Marnie”, directed by Hiromasa Yonebayashi (Arietty).
ill take you out
I write sins not five page research papers
SO MUCH IS HAPPENING IN THIS SCREENSHOT AND I CAN’T STOP LAUGHING
JEAN’S ABOUT TO BEAT SASHA FOR BEING A LIL SHIT
SASHA’S ABOUT TO DEFEND HERSELF
CONNIE’S ABOUT TO DEFEND SASHA
REINER’S ALL LIKE “All of you are lil shits.”
ANNIE’S ALL LIKE “So, Armin-“
ARMIN’S ALL LIKE “WHOAH HANG ON THERE FOR A SEC ANNIE WHAT’S HAPPENING OVER THERE?!”
they’re all dorks
welcome to the dork squad
attack on dorks
I’m so sorry I’ m so sorry couldn’t help myself I’m so very sorry
I want this to be a real AU. Now.
There is. It’s called “The Little Mermaid” by Hans Christian Andersen.
Fine, detailed and subtle animated artwork created by New York illustrator Rebecca Mock. Apparently the animated gif back to stay, gradually more and more people are exploring this old format and customers asking for shouting. Several of these illustrations were created for the New York Times or The Warlus magazine.