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Who is this ugly dude?
I think you're supposed to edit your last post there.
You're going to have to ask Everzwijin or however you spell their name.
edited 28th May '16 6:58:53 AM by Weirdguy149
Harry S. Plinkett. The notorious star of a series of hilarious, and actually really well put together, review of the Star Wars prequels.
I know that this is a shark in a tank, but which media is the image from?
An OC of mine, Traveller. It goes around time/space/multiverse studying weird alien lifeforms and if possible, making friends with them. Occasionally it fights universe or reality level threats. Of note is its main ability, having weird sets of "parts" that can only be observed under a certain medium. Tropes for him go here.
edited 28th May '16 6:50:23 AM by ironcommando
What is this exactly?
I would imagine that someone made a giant, inflatable duck that is being pulled on the water. That is why I had to have it.
edited 28th May '16 6:58:19 AM by TheFarmboy
This image is glorious and I demand an explanation for it
Oh, that? Just a visual representation of one of my characters, who happens to be a purple-coloured artificial intelligence that typically manifests in the form of a sphere due to the ease of sustaining such a form. He does happen to have alternative forms, for the cases where a spherical form might somehow be impractical...
edited 28th May '16 7:22:15 PM by engie
What is the meaning behind this orb?
That's Taokaka, BlazBlue's resident catgirl. Adorable ditz.
edited 28th May '16 12:32:13 PM by Sedmikrasky
It's so Creepy Cute!
I've already explained him, but what the heck. He's Slagar the Cruel from the Redwall novel Mattimeo. That picture is from the series' Animated Adaptation, where he's voiced by none other than Tim Curry!
edited 28th May '16 12:48:08 PM by DrNoPuma
Mr. Krabs. Yep.
edited 28th May '16 12:38:53 PM by gregnes2000
Solf J. Kimblee from Fullmetal Alchemist Brotherhood.
edited 28th May '16 2:09:06 PM by Superjohn
Who is this?
That is Michael Rosen making one of his stranger facial expressions.
edited 28th May '16 1:59:25 PM by InfinityRyujin
What in the actual hell is this?
Back when I played Destiny I decided to start a Freemans Mind-esque series about a neurotic warlock trying to make sense of the bizarre world he lived in. The, now untouched, blog can be found here.
edited 28th May '16 2:19:42 PM by Avenuewriter
That's Asura from Soul Eater.
edited 28th May '16 2:54:08 PM by Superjohn
Lead Digimon from Digimon Frontier. The heroes transform into Digimon for this one. Most of them start off with humanoid Digimon forms.
edited 28th May '16 4:22:35 PM by Ghostninja109
Batman is eating something.
edited 28th May '16 3:53:50 PM by powerpuffbats
I know the character, but everything else here confuses me.
Infinity from the webcomic MyStereobot. He is a robot who lives on another planet which humans come to kidnap robots to live on Earth. (Like Daft Punk, in this comic's setting.) And he's got a big buff robot boyfriend.
edited 28th May '16 3:51:36 PM by FirstSnow
His name is Bear Hugger. He's from the Punch-Out!!. Appearing in Super Punch Out on the Arcade and Super Nintendo, and recently on the Wii version of Punch Out. He's a Canadian lumberjack who loves to drink maple syrup between rounds.
edited 28th May '16 4:15:16 PM by TheFarmboy
What's this dude's story?
That's my original mascot and representation of my critical side I used for all my social media outlets until I grew tired of him.
edited 28th May '16 4:40:36 PM by Avenuewriter
Burgerpants from Undertale. A very cynical cat who serves as the last shopkeeper in the game. His face is pretty malleable.
edited 29th May '16 1:57:32 AM by FirstSnow
Yep. His name is Scary Terry. He's from Rick And Morty. He appears in the second episode where Rick And Morty are travelling in Morty's teacher's dream to make him give Morty good grades.
edited 28th May '16 9:52:33 PM by powerpuffbats
Is that a Freddy Krueger Expy?
It's a representation of a Plot Bunny, originally meant to fight against the Writer's Block avvie◊ of Micool TNT.
edited 28th May '16 8:36:18 PM by ironcommando
Your current one. Why does Dipper look so stern?
That's the lifeguard fish from Sponge Bob.
edited 29th May '16 9:38:34 AM by TheWhiteWolf
That's Enel from one Piece, he's not a god, but he believes he is.
edited 29th May '16 9:52:23 AM by Superjohn
I assume he's based off a Japanese god?
Beauty's Father from Goodtime's Beauty and the Beast. Made popular by Phelous for being a senile, jerkish codger.
edited 29th May '16 10:16:00 AM by TheFarmboy
Who is he?
Gintoki Sakata, who's a lazy-ass Samurai that performs odd jobs and gets into weird adventures. He's the main character of Gintama, my favorite anime of all time.
edited 29th May '16 1:55:07 PM by hamza678
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