SERIES: Green Lantern: The Animated Series
SUMMARY: A day after the final battle with Atrocitus, Razer comes to terms with his feelings for Aya.
DISCLAIMER: LOL YOU GUYS I haven’t written fanfiction in almost 8 years, so uhhhhhh….I’M SORRY I’VE BEEN WRITING THIS SINCE 4AM I’M DEAD NOW orz
This is for you, Kim. I’m sorry it’s not a masterpiece or anything. =___=;;;
ALL THE KEYMASHING AND FEELS AKLJSDFKJSDLKFJAF DKLFJLKDSF EEEEEEEE
My good deed for the day: Alterations
In short, a small sensual Razaya fic about Aya’s first experiences with physical intimacy after she and Razer work on upgrading her bipedal form with tactile sensors. Not exactly smutty, just…intimate. (And lovely and wonderful and lots of other very positive adjectives. :D)
ahgfdajsdjhsda thanks for reposting this. I had a craving for it last night and just like read it before bed.
I feel like this is the infamous fic of the gltas fandom, but like in a great way? hehehe
Reblogging for the comment (and link for anyone who’s followed me recently and might be interested)…because eep. Thank you! Glad people are enjoying that bit of fic. (And ahaha oh god infamy? I rather doubt it, but hey, I’ll take the compliment!)
WHOA. GLTAS 2011 SDCC promo bag…
Mine arrived in the mail today. Got it off ebay last week.
I didn’t realize these things were this huge. It’s also got a section sewn into one side for carrying rolled up posters/poster tubes. Came with the carrying strap, too.
I’m one happy fangirl right now. *_*
A few words from a Gen Rex crew artist…
(Continuing on from my post this morning about why Generator Rex may have been taken off air/not green lit for another season/series.)
“From what I’ve heard, it was toy sales for GR. It’s also a bigger budgeted show than Ben 10 which probably doesn’t help its case.” - Fill Marc Sagadraca
For those who don’t know who this is, I’ve mentioned him before and plugged his Deviant Art gallery in past posts. He worked as a story board artist on the third season of Generator Rex, including the GR/Ben 10 crossover. He’s also just as much of a fan of GR as many of the rest of us who watched the show religiously. So if that’s what he’s heard, it’s probably a good idea to take what’s been said about toy sales making or breaking an animated series to heart, particularly where GR is concerned.
I still firmly believe that CN could have done more in the way of advertising, however, because I’m honestly not sure I ever saw a TV ad for the GR toys? Ads for the show itself seemed few and far between after the first couple of months it was on air. And many of us in the GR fandom have experienced running into people online in forums and role playing communities who never even heard of GR, period. Or if they did, they had no idea what it was about. It was never something they really ran across that much, probably because…well…where was all the advertising? In fact, I think the only major ads I ever saw after those first couple of months were when the GR/Ben 10 crossover was about a month away from airing. Then, after that, the advertising for GR pretty much vanished again.
But where merch sales are concerned, I also put this post out to my fellow Green Lantern TAS fans… Lack of sales got Generator Rex pulled from the air some five episodes shy of season 3 completion. Talk about being left hanging if you don’t know what’s going on and that iTunes got the remaining episodes. At this point, CN’s not even showing GR re-runs nor are they providing full eps on their website any longer. So whatever is put out in terms of GLTAS merch, we need to take what Giancarlo Volpe has said to heart and get behind it. I believe it was said in The Blog of Oa podcast that part of the reason we’re not seeing much in the way of actual toys yet is because the sales of the Green Lantern live action movie toys were less than satisfactory and stores like Walmart and Target are hesitant right now to stock anything specifically GL related (as opposed to just overall DC merch). I know local stores here in OKC are still trying to clearance out GL movie toys and get the last of them off their shelves. Hopefully this will change and there will soon be more merch for GLTAS out there aside from the downloads, maquettes, the score pre-order and that calender up on Amazon.
Basically what all of this amounts to is that the fates of these shows are ultimately in our hands. It’s an unfortunate truth that sales are the deciding factor in cases like these, but it’s one we have to accept. In our convo, Fill sited the Pixar Cars movies as a good example of this. The first one was not as critically acclaimed as The Incredibles, but because the toys did so well a sequel got made, more toys were produced and Cars is still a big deal.