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Light Fury Concept Art

The Light Fury's white skin blends in with clouds, sea fog, and distant horizons. Despite her trepidation and skepticism, the Light Fury shares Toothless' deep sense of empathy and will always use her plasma blast to defend those in need. Each scale is temporarily transformed into a reflective surface that mirrors the Light Fury's surroundings, effectively making her invisible. Dragonpedia

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Light Fury Original Concept Art

As Blizzard's 30th Anniversary celebrations continue, keep an eye out for the From the Vault drops, which take place every second Tuesday of the month. They will include a variety of collectibles, concept art, exclusives, and other items. If you're a collector, you might be interested in this. In other Blizzard news, the World of Warcraft company is working on several free-to-play mobile titles. Despite losing millions of players, Blizzard's revenue increased.

Warning! SPOILERS for Episode 5 of The Book of Boba Fett. The Book of Boba Fett appears to make an innocent joke about Jawas, but the scene retcons the characters' original designs from Star Wars. Din Djarin (Pedro Pascal) returns to the Star Wars universe in The Book of Boba Fett episode 5 and ends up on Tatooine looking for a ship. Unfortunately, Peli Motto (Amy Sedaris) provides him with a vehicle that does not meet his Razor Crest standards. The ship, on the other hand, is an N-1 starfighter that has seen better days. However, Din Djarin assists Peli Motto in repairing the ship, and the Jawas emerge as the episodes' unexpected heroes. The tiny creatures deliver several components that are critical to the final design.

"Mike Mignola worked on designs for a never-produced Thor cartoon in the late 1990s and early 2000s. Not Marvel's Thor, but a character based on Norse mythology "Kevin Konrad Hanna, a filmmaker, said "Animation writer Henry Gilroy (Star Wars: The Clone Wars) helped put the show together, and he also kept an archive of over two dozen never-before-seen Mike Mignola illustrations." "The set of illustrations is truly incredible, and we're so excited to share them that we've added ANOTHER Special Feature exclusively to the 2-Disc Blu-Ray set for Mike Mignola: Drawing Monsters," producer Jim Demonakos said. "Henry will narrate the story of how the cartoon came to be created, as well as reveal all of the images. You can still pre-order the Blu-Ray of the film, which includes this and many other special features, for the rest of March, and you can also get your name in the film's credits!"

Wooly howl > Snow wraith - This one lacks hard evidence, but they're both Snow Strike class dragons with fur-like spikes all over their bodies AND it's been mentioned that Snow wraith was originally going to look more like the Night Fury and was actually related to the Fury (And be named Snow Fury)

Sword stealer > Razorwhip - I didn't even think of this one until Wikia pointed it out, so I'm including it as well. However, I find it interesting that Sword stealer appears to be based on Boneknapper concept art.

Light Fury Early Concept Art

Shazam! includes the aforementioned introductions, a brief superhero origin story, a lot of goofing off with newly acquired powers, and the actual conflict and narrative thrust. It's difficult to say that the more amusing sequences should be cut, but perhaps not drawing a hard line between comedy and action scenes would keep things moving. The sequel will build on the success of its predecessor, but it must exercise restraint and keep the pace tight and flashy. Shazam! Fury of the Gods is shaping up to be an excellent superhero sequel. Hopefully, director David F. Sandberg has learned a lot from his first superhero film and will deliver an even better sequel.

The newest cross-platform publishing epic to expand the Star Wars canon is Star Wars: The High Republic. The events of Star Wars: The Phantom Menace and the rest of the Skywalker saga take place 200 years before the events of Star Wars: The Phantom Menace. The Republic's and Jedi Order's power and serenity are at an all-time high at the moment. The cost of galactic exploration is high, and Jedi protect settlers like galactic cowboys. The Jedi will face space raiders such as the Nihil, as well as other evil sources that even they fear. Of course, the High Republic Jedi will be armed with the galaxy's most elegant weapon: the lightsaber. VIDEO OF THE DAY ON CBR

She never shows up. And when she does, she always rushes away. I'm asking, how do we know if she's the one for us? She's so rambunctious and fearful. I'm going to say it right now. I don't have faith in her. [src] Hiccup's first impression of her She begins as a wild individual who tolerates the presence of other dragons but refuses to interact with humans. She develops a crush on Toothless after meeting him and begins to consider the Night Fury as a potential mate. She tries to court him with a mating dance, but he responds with some strange movements. When she sees him drawing her face, she falls head over heels in love with him.

"Here are a few more Iron Man images, these were done for production designer Mike Riva to figure out the set for the Arc Reactor," Meinerding wrote on Instagram. "What wonderful memories!" The designs are most likely from 2007, as Iron Man was released in 2008 and just celebrated its 12th anniversary. The film that launched the Marvel Cinematic Universe is now twelve years old! Check out Meinerding's post below for early concept art for Iron Man's arc reactor!

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