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challengerapproaching:

Sad news, Smash fans…the popular web comic, Brawl in the Family, will be posting its final strips later this year. If you’re not familiar with the comic, it is a loving tribute to the games and characters of Nintendo with inspirations ranging from The Peanuts to The Far Side to Calvin and Hobbes. The strip’s author, Matthew Taranto, assures us that there are still a few more months to go before the comic ends for good.
As fellow fans of Nintendo and Smash, we here at ChallengerApproaching would like to congratulate Mr. Taranto on all he’s accomplished in BitF’s six-and-a-half year run, and wish him well in all of his future endeavors. We would also like to extend our thanks to him for filling this community with so much joy and heart.
As for the future, bigger and better things await; Matthew and his brother Michael have formed BitFinity Games, and we’d be remiss not to mention their upcoming Wii U indie title Tadpole Treble. The game looks and sounds amazing, so go forth and support them!
And we’d like to know: What are some of YOUR favourite Brawl in the Family memories?

!!!! oh no!!!! BitF isn’t a comic I regularly keep up with, but it’s one that I really enjoy whenever I read it. It’s got this really, I dunno, wholesome charm to it? Like the jokes are often straightforward and cute, and the comic has a pretty hefty canon of its own, which I appreciate. 
More than anything though, I’ve absolutely loved watching the comic progress over the years. If you click on over to the first comics, they all have basically the same premise, they’re all in one color, they’re three panels, and they’re incredibly simplistic. They have that charm that the series has maintained over the years, but the progression from then to now is really just, I appreciate it and love it so much.
SO, if you’re lookin for something to do, flip through BitF for a little bit. It’s super cute and I appreciate it a lot :>

challengerapproaching:

Sad news, Smash fans…the popular web comic, Brawl in the Family, will be posting its final strips later this year. If you’re not familiar with the comic, it is a loving tribute to the games and characters of Nintendo with inspirations ranging from The Peanuts to The Far Side to Calvin and Hobbes. The strip’s author, Matthew Taranto, assures us that there are still a few more months to go before the comic ends for good.

As fellow fans of Nintendo and Smash, we here at ChallengerApproaching would like to congratulate Mr. Taranto on all he’s accomplished in BitF’s six-and-a-half year run, and wish him well in all of his future endeavors. We would also like to extend our thanks to him for filling this community with so much joy and heart.

As for the future, bigger and better things await; Matthew and his brother Michael have formed BitFinity Games, and we’d be remiss not to mention their upcoming Wii U indie title Tadpole Treble. The game looks and sounds amazing, so go forth and support them!

And we’d like to know: What are some of YOUR favourite Brawl in the Family memories?

!!!! oh no!!!! BitF isn’t a comic I regularly keep up with, but it’s one that I really enjoy whenever I read it. It’s got this really, I dunno, wholesome charm to it? Like the jokes are often straightforward and cute, and the comic has a pretty hefty canon of its own, which I appreciate.

More than anything though, I’ve absolutely loved watching the comic progress over the years. If you click on over to the first comics, they all have basically the same premise, they’re all in one color, they’re three panels, and they’re incredibly simplistic. They have that charm that the series has maintained over the years, but the progression from then to now is really just, I appreciate it and love it so much.

SO, if you’re lookin for something to do, flip through BitF for a little bit. It’s super cute and I appreciate it a lot :>

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Gangnam Style (Glee Cast Version)

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groundchele:

Gangnam Style (Glee Cast Version) [HALF SPEED]

it sounds like demons at a strip bar and you walk in because demons took you capture and they need to take u too their boss but the boss is at a strip bar and you walk in and everythings in slow mo and theres hot demons pole dancing and you look around and theres gross demons shouting and throwing money and off to the side with a cigar is a big demon guy with a suit whispering something to a waitress and you look at them and they glare at you and then at your handcuffs

#i thought that description was an exaggeration #but no#that’s the perfect description for this

OH MY GOD 

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I had to.

I-I feel bad that I like this as much as I do still.  8’[

I don’t

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