animationforce:

Happy (belated) birthday, Alex and Ariel Hirsch!
The creator of one of my favorite television shows (animated or not) and his sister celebrated their 29th birthdays yesterday, June 18. 

The Gravity Falls stars Dipper (Jason Ritter) and Mabel (Kristen Schaal) Pines are based on the real-life / imagined childhoods of twins Alex and Ariel. Happy birthday, guys! I hope this means we can expect many more years of Gravity Falls. (That is how that works, right?)
And while we are on the topic of the best show on the Disney Channel, Gravity Falls season 2 has been officially announced for August 1! Mark your calendars, set all the alarm clocks, and impress all your friends with your superior knowledge because this is a season premier you do not want to miss. The second episode will air just three days later (August 4) on Disney XD — which is a channel I don’t have. But somehow, I will persevere.
For those of you who haven’t seen the show, there is plenty of time to catch up, as there are only 20 episodes, available on iTunes and probably airing from time to time on the Disney Channel. The first six episodes are available on DVD now, and — drumroll — the next eight episodes are coming soon. Alex recently tweeted the new cover, and I am unbelievably excited. (My two favorite episodes are on this DVD. Guys, you just…you don’t understand!) 

The image almost seems to match up, which makes me excited to see what the final DVD cover for the first season will reveal.
If you aren’t following Alex Hirsch on Twitter, you’re missing a lot of exciting news, like Gravity Falls Live! at the LA Film Fest last week. Or this inspirational image, below. 

You can also follow Ariel on Twitter and Tumblr, since she’s so cool and all. That way you’ll never miss their birthday again.
- Courtney (HarmonicaCave)

Watch this show it is frigging awesome!

animationforce:

Happy (belated) birthday, Alex and Ariel Hirsch!

The creator of one of my favorite television shows (animated or not) and his sister celebrated their 29th birthdays yesterday, June 18. 

Dipper and Mabel Pines, and Soos — Season 1 Ep. 2

The Gravity Falls stars Dipper (Jason Ritter) and Mabel (Kristen Schaal) Pines are based on the real-life / imagined childhoods of twins Alex and Ariel. Happy birthday, guys! I hope this means we can expect many more years of Gravity Falls. (That is how that works, right?)

And while we are on the topic of the best show on the Disney Channel, Gravity Falls season 2 has been officially announced for August 1! Mark your calendars, set all the alarm clocks, and impress all your friends with your superior knowledge because this is a season premier you do not want to miss. The second episode will air just three days later (August 4) on Disney XD — which is a channel I don’t have. But somehow, I will persevere.

For those of you who haven’t seen the show, there is plenty of time to catch up, as there are only 20 episodes, available on iTunes and probably airing from time to time on the Disney Channel. The first six episodes are available on DVD now, and — drumroll — the next eight episodes are coming soon. Alex recently tweeted the new cover, and I am unbelievably excited. (My two favorite episodes are on this DVD. Guys, you just…you don’t understand!) 

This image is so secret, not even Amazon has it yet. Which is why it's been publishing to the internet, obviously...

The image almost seems to match up, which makes me excited to see what the final DVD cover for the first season will reveal.

If you aren’t following Alex Hirsch on Twitter, you’re missing a lot of exciting news, like Gravity Falls Live! at the LA Film Fest last week. Or this inspirational image, below. 

Grappling hook. Blendin Blandin. In It to Twin It?

You can also follow Ariel on Twitter and Tumblr, since she’s so cool and all. That way you’ll never miss their birthday again.

- Courtney (HarmonicaCave)

Watch this show it is frigging awesome!

Haven’t been on this page in a while, and it definitely needed something fresh looking….. That’s better!