sarispy56:

I noticed that RC:9GN lacked any female villains lately (stanked female students don’t actually count btw), so I thought I’d created my own female villain for Randy Cunningham (as the ninja) to fight against.
Thanks to this weird dream I had somewhere between May and June, I’ve come up with a female villain called Vinezilla who can control plants.
Bio of the character - Mrs. Cunningham or Hanasaku (in her last year as the ninja, accurately in 1992) accidentally angered Vinezilla while looking for a plant for her science project. Vinezilla spares Hanasaku’s life but tells her that 21 years from now, she will come to Hanasaku and collect the one thing Hanasaku holds most dear - that being Randy Cunningham.
Character design - at first, Vinezilla was depicted as a classy villainess (much like Poison Ivy), but the first design wasn’t interesting enough. The second design was more of a Medieval look, but didn’t feel any villainy in there. Third design was a mix of Greek and Egyptian, butt like the first design, it wasn’t interesting enough. Final concept was the elegant Geisha spirit/demon whose appearance can never change.
Personality -  Vinezilla, despite being a villain, acts a lot like a proper, well-mannerd lady than a typical villain, and actually accepts getting defeated by her foes, but warns them that she’ll come back for revenge. But anger her too much and you’re in a world of pain and suffering and she’ll act more of a demon and less of a lady. Secretly hates Mac Antfee for an unexplained reason.
She just wants to show the world that pollution and destroying nature is wrong.

McFist: I LOVE IT!!!!!!!

sarispy56:

I noticed that RC:9GN lacked any female villains lately (stanked female students don’t actually count btw), so I thought I’d created my own female villain for Randy Cunningham (as the ninja) to fight against.

Thanks to this weird dream I had somewhere between May and June, I’ve come up with a female villain called Vinezilla who can control plants.

Bio of the character - Mrs. Cunningham or Hanasaku (in her last year as the ninja, accurately in 1992) accidentally angered Vinezilla while looking for a plant for her science project. Vinezilla spares Hanasaku’s life but tells her that 21 years from now, she will come to Hanasaku and collect the one thing Hanasaku holds most dear - that being Randy Cunningham.

Character design - at first, Vinezilla was depicted as a classy villainess (much like Poison Ivy), but the first design wasn’t interesting enough. The second design was more of a Medieval look, but didn’t feel any villainy in there. Third design was a mix of Greek and Egyptian, butt like the first design, it wasn’t interesting enough. Final concept was the elegant Geisha spirit/demon whose appearance can never change.

Personality -  Vinezilla, despite being a villain, acts a lot like a proper, well-mannerd lady than a typical villain, and actually accepts getting defeated by her foes, but warns them that she’ll come back for revenge. But anger her too much and you’re in a world of pain and suffering and she’ll act more of a demon and less of a lady. Secretly hates Mac Antfee for an unexplained reason.

She just wants to show the world that pollution and destroying nature is wrong.

McFist: I LOVE IT!!!!!!!

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ninjashow:

Randy and First Ninja requested by pink199

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theanimationarchive:

Robin Williams was the funniest man to ever live. It was truly a blessing to have grown up on and to have been surrounded by his work as a child. In my life Robin Williams was a constant source of happiness, laughter, and joy. I seriously feel like I’ve lost a close family member; I don’t even know what to say… Robin, thanks so much for all the laughter!

The life you lived, and the work you’ve done, will always be remembered. I look forward to the day I can share in the laughter of your films with my own kids. May you rest in peace.

God bless Mr.Williams

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