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Junji Ito x Pokemon ⊟

Pokemon’s about to get real, real creepy, y’all— creepier than even Creepy Black. The Pokemon Company has collaborated with horror manga artist Junji Ito, who you may know from That One Comic About People Obsessed with People-Shaped Holes in a Mountain and every other unsettling Japanese comic you’ve seen online. The collaboration is called “Kowapoke,” or “Scarypoke.”

The Pokemon Company released one preview image in the form of a phone wallpaper, above, featuring the world’s most menacing Banette. They’re also giving t-shirts out in Japan featuring the image, for people who need more personal space, I guess.

Game Freak told us they were freaky.

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Ozone Layer is Recovering

Earth’s protective ozone layer is beginning to recover, largely because of the phase-out since the 1980s of certain chemicals used in refrigerants and aerosol cans, a U.N. scientific panel reported in a rare piece of good news about the health of the planet.

Scientists said the development demonstrates that when the world comes together, it can counteract a brewing ecological crisis. For the first time in 35 years, scientists were able to confirm a statistically significant and sustained increase in stratospheric ozone, which shields the planet from solar radiation that causes skin cancer, crop damage and other problems.

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It’s nice when the news isn’t all apocalyptic.









And here we have Eren Yeager vowing to kill off an entire race of monsters at age 10.

so cute

they bit his mom in half and destroyed everything he ever knew right in front of his own eyes so

okay time for a personal headcanon: 

im honestly a firm believer that eren has ptsd. hence his nightmares, flashbacks, sudden anxiety attacks (im not sure exactly if thats the right wording), his constant anger, avoiding things he used to like to do, stuff like that. and personally i feel like it might just get worse as the series goes on. 

im crying so much this fucking anime is so fucking sad

they would all likely have forms of ptsd.

the saddest part about this series is that considering the lengths that isayama goes to to properly convey exactly how hopeless it feels to be pitted against a foe such as a single titan — even their strongest soldiers are not invincible, even they can be bested, even they can be terrified — even if eren and the others do survive the entire ordeal and eradicate the titans and regain their freedom, they will never really move on.

their fallen comrades, survivor’s guilt, flashbacks, they’ll all haunt them for the rest of their lives. though i like to think that they’ll still find happiness in simpler lives, the weight of their trauma would be unimaginable. some may not be able to handle why they lived while their friends didn’t, some may believe they can be reunited with the loved ones they lost, some may just not be able to cope with the stress of reliving their terror in the absence of any actual danger. 

people like eren might feel they have to live lest they put to waste the life that so many died to create. in the end, when he’s grown older, when he’s tired physically and emotionally, when he’s seen what he’d always dreamt of seeing and his fury has disappeared, i wonder what will be left of a boy forced to grow up too soon but a man who never really lived at all.

(Source: shizvo)

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