This animation is absolutely glorious. Just take a moment to appreciate that this was all done by somebody’s hand; that they slaved over this, and this was the result of a human, not a computer. It’s completely perfect.
are we not gonna talk about the fact that the reflection is Ariel and Prince Eric?
wait… but Sleeping Beauty came out in 1959, and The Little Mermaid came out in 1989…. that’s a 30 year foreshadow….
Disney you clever bastards.
I’ve seen this post like 364 times, but I only noticed that reflection is different now! O.o
WHY AM I FUCKING CRYING? OMFG!
omg i didnt realize
OMG! GO DISNEY!
I don’t wanna break the spell or anything but the reflection is exactly alike
Originally I thought the same but look at the colour of the dress and coat, pick dress black cost IRL, green dress white coat in the reflection.
Going on from there was the bravest thing he ever did.
Pocket Monsters XY: Sora no Hahen (Pokémon XY: A Fragment of the Heavens), a brand-new anime tied to the ongoing Pokémon XY television anime, will run in two Tokyo planetariums this summer. Like previous Pokémon planetarium anime, this new one will be projected onto 360-degree panoramic domes.
The story follow Satoshi (Ash in English) and his friends when they visit the PokémonAerospace eXploration Agency (a nod to the real-life Japan Aerospace Exploration Agency). They are thrilled by stories from PAXA’s astronauts about the wonders of space and the possibility of Pokémon living in space. Then, just as they hear about the dangers posed by space debris, sirens suddenly ring out. Team Rocket have plotted to seize control of PAXA and have apparently infiltrated the facility.
At that critical moment, trouble develops in a control system for artificial satellites. Large pieces of space debris have collided, causing fears of even more debris.
The Konica Minolta Planetarium “Tenkū” in Tokyo Skytree Town and Ikebukuro’s Konica Minolta Planetarium “Manten” in Sunshine City will begin screening the anime from July 19 to September 7 and from July 12 to August 31, respectively. Other planetarium throughout Japan are also planning to screen the anime.
Note: It’s nothing important the previous saga (Best Wishes) also have a Planetarium special!