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A journey to find the power of the lost Queen. Their great adventure begins.
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9 Stunningly Beautiful and Strong Red-Haired Female Anime Characters
Hair color among anime characters is one of the highlight of different series aside from its stories and actions. Those are the commonly seen colors of the hair for an anime character while rarely seen, white, red, blue or green-haired characters do exist in the anime universe.  So, here’s our list of 9 red-haired anime girls. 1. Erza Scarlet (Fairy Tail) Erza Scarlet also known as Titania is the strongest female wizard of the mage guild Fairy Tail. The color of her hair is the reason she got the surname “Scarlet” since she does not have a real surname. She’s one of the strongest female characters so far in the Fairy Tail anime universe. 2. Shirayuki (Akagami no Shirayuki-hime) Shirayuki is the titular lead character in the 2015 anime series “Snow White with the Red Hair.” She run-away from her hometown because she was pursue by the incapable prince Raji due to her rare red-hair. Her encounter with Zen,
Sep 02, 2017
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Lumberjanes 2017 Special #1: Faire and Square (Preview)
Holly Black (The Spiderwick Chronicles) and Marina Julia (The House on the Cliff) tell a story about the Lumberjanes finding a Medieval Faire in the forest, and helping the people there defend themselves against a dragon! Then, Gabby Rivera (America) and Gaby Epstein (Shadows) combine on a story about Ripley missing watching telenovelas with her Abuela, so to help her feel better, the other Roanokes help her act out the series finale she missed.
Sep 04, 2017
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Fairest #33
The contents of “Fairest” #33 were originally solicited to appear in November 2013 as “Fairest” #21, but the issue was postponed and all future issues stepped back one space in terms of numbering. The reason why you should know this is because Bill Willingham and Meghan Hetrick’s “Fairest” #33 is a direct prologue to the “Fairest of Them All” graphic novel, which was also published in November 2013, and — by losing that publication slot on the schedule — there’s no denying that this comic loses a little bit of its punch. Billed as “the penultimate adventures (and misadventures) of one of our more delightful villains,” “Fairest” #33 follows Goldilocks as she’s on the run from the rest of Fable society, even as she tries to build her own power back up one way or another. The end result is a long, zigzagging story through different dimensions as Goldilocks addresses the reader and explains why her lack of being the fairest of them all is what’s really holding her back. What’s nice abou
Sep 05, 2017
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Fairest #32
With “Fables” almost at a close, the same is true for its companion series “Fairest.” “Fairest” #32 wraps up the final storyline (“The Clamour for Glamour”), although there’s still one final issue to go next month. Mark Buckingham and Russ Braun’s storyline has best been described as rambling, zig-zagging all over the place without a strong focus at any moment. But as with previous issues, there are some little gems of interesting ideas buried through the issue. “Fables” fans will be curious if nothing else to see the final fate of the Farm and everyone in it, as well as finding out which five Fables get to gain human form. But at the same time, there’s a lot of slapstick, misunderstandings, and pratfalls that you need to first get through in order to hit this conclusion. And in the end, it results in a very uneven comic. The biggest problem is that it feels like Buckingham bit off more than he could chew, here. There are a lot of characters dipping in and out of the story, and hones
Sep 05, 2017
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Fairest #18
On the whole, “The Return of the Maharaja” in “Fairest” has been a lot of fun, with Sean E. Williams and Stephen Sadowski continuing the return of Prince Charming in an Indian-influenced world of Fables. “Fairest” #18 serves as both backstory and transition for Prince Charming and Nalayani, though, and as such it’s just not as riveting as what readers have seen up until now. Williams’ plot has two important functions in “Fairest” #18: to present the backstory on how Prince Charming ended up as the Maharaja after his apparent death in “Fables” #75, and to continue building the relationship between him and Nalayani. They’re both moments that clearly need to happen at some point in this storyline. With them appearing in the same issue, though, it’s hard to keep from feeling like the plot has slowed to a crawl. To be fair (no pun intended), “Fairest” #18 does have some other progressions. Charming and Nalayani attempt to escape the Village of the Dead, plus Nathoo attempts to keep order
Sep 05, 2017
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Aug 12, 2018
#Lets-Haikyu!? me mueroooo necesitó aire mas no pude reirme 😹😹😹
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Mr. Nice
Aug 13, 2018
#Tensei-Shitara-Dragon-No-Tamago-Datta---Saikyou-Igai-Mezasa-Neecreo que hay algo en el aire
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Tokitou-Maki
Aug 22, 2018
#La-Tentaci-n-del-Diabloindirectas indirectas en el aire👉💕💕👈
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Citlali ZG
Citlali ZG
Aug 16, 2018
#Un-poco-de-comedi-yaoiJAGSJHJAJAJAJA AIRE ME MUERO CON ESTA PARTE JAGSJSHAJAJA, gracias por subirlo
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MAVD
Aug 21, 2018
#Chico-c-smicoAMO y odio la ilustración 😍😍😍😍💔 porque siempre parece que quieren llorar 😭😭 da un aire nostálgico y de arrepentimiento
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