Marceline never had a fever. Simon’s body temperature was colder every time he felt her forehead.
They made the Ice King on FaceOff during the Goblin King challenge.
Guillermo Del Toro’s Adventure Time
So, they made Winter Warlock from Santa Claus is Coming to Town?
iiiiiittt’s WINTER TIME!
These feel like a praiseworthy, grey, autumn day. Thanks for the watercolors (or colours), Angela.
Full band cover of the Adventure Time song “I’m Just Your Problem”, originally composed by Rebecca Sugar for the character of Marceline, re-done in a radio-friendly gothic metal kind of style. Vocals by Nicole Vaquerano. Guitar solo by Carlos (youtube.com/KarlosRock92).
This is amazing.
Steampunk Adventure Time Masterpost I
i’d compile everything together, but i keep updating more art so this’ll be a part by part thing
check out my blog if you want to see the individual posts!
‘It’s Winter Time! Lets adventure beyond the wall!’
Could someone buy me Marceline and Peppermint Butler blankets? Thanks.
Mashup of the Day: ADVENTURE WARS!
These would go wonderful with my Adventure Wars shirt! If only there was a way to magic them on to it.
Star Wars: The Old Republic, Adventure Time, and House of Mystery.
Well shit, son.
Finn and Jake are exploring the halls of the
mountainIce King when they open a door to find themselves in the middle of a bar being served by humans. Finn, believing himself to be the last of his kind, instantly thinks they’re just fish people like Susan Strong. They get to talking and find that they are actual humans, Finn is overcome with joy, but it doesn’t last long. The humans in the House explain that since they entered the House unknowingly, they can never leave. They’ll never see Princess Bubblegum, Lady Rainicorn, Marceline, or anyone in the Candy Kingdom ever again. They’re stuck.
The House of Mystery, for those of you who don’t know (I’m willing to bet this includes all of my followers except for Ricktimus), is a house that floats between different dimensions, and realities, and universes, and all of that fun stuff. Many people get stuck in the house and are no longer able to leave, and resign themselves to working the bar. Since no currencies of any kind are of any use to them (where are they going to spend it?) you pay for your drinks with stories. The first drink is always on the house, but after that you’re going to have to speak up. The stories don’t have to be true, but they have to be entertaining.
Years later Finn and Jake are still in the House. They’ve since accepted their fate and have become great friends with the other residents. They’re currently in a small town, and the residents of the town simply think the House is a new bar and as such have been coming and going quite a bit over the past few days. Their numbers have been increasing more and more as residents hear about the seemingly free alcohol. What’s a story in the face of a few free drinks?
One night though, no one shows up. Finn and the other residents assume the House has moved again and go out to the front yard to investigate. They find themselves in a completely new area. It’s obviously a market of some sort, but the strange creatures walking around have never been seen by those inside of the House before. Men are yelling in languages that none of them understand, selling strange food and odd looking gadgets. Some are even trying to sell other people.
The strangest thing about this new world though, is the front gate of the House is nowhere to be seen. There’s nothing keeping them inside. They’re free to roam.
And that’s my story. They’re all in the galaxy of SW:TOR now. Speaking of SW:TOR, I’m going to go get some butter chicken and level up my Inquisitor.