- The Walking Dead (Telltale Video Game) (2)
- Frozen (2013) (1)
- The Sims (Video Games) (1)
- Fallout 4 (1)
- Howl's Moving Castle - All Media Types (1)
01 Mar 2018
Howl's made up his mind about something, and declares it with his usual theatrics. Sophie's having none of it, and won't let him have his way until he tells the truth.
Fourteen years is a long time. One scene for each year Elsa was alone.
From Alexis Messina, the small town girl with big city ambitions, to Lily Weathers, the quiet nerd who works hard so her mother doesn't have to -- these are the tales of varying families in varying parts of the world, all going through their own unique hardships, and learning to laugh and love and cry by the end of it.
Wendy and Soos don't talk much - don't have many reasons to. But then Wendy's friends make some crude remarks and she's forced to choose between being cool and standing up for Soos. She does the right thing, of course, but afterwards she's faced with figuring out what it means to be "cool," what it means to be a good friend, and how to learn from your mistakes.
(Don't worry, it's not as heavy as it sounds. Wendy's just growing up.)
Morgan's an embittered war veteran, who wants nothing more than a pretty house with some picket fences. Nate's her college sweetheart with a smile like sunlight, who wants nothing more than to be her happily ever after.
Then the world ends, and she's alone again.
She sets off in search of her baby, despite the nagging feeling that something more is at stake. When Nick Valentine shrugs and shows her the door, she seeks out the next possible lead - the Railroad. There, she meets the first people to promise her a chance at finding her son, and a certain sunglassed spy, beckoning her to the Railroad's shadows like a light in her dark.
Only a fool would trust their life to a liar... right?