I had the most annoying conversation ever with another fan yesterday about whether or not Nabu's dead. She kept "yelling," "HE'S NOT DEAD! HE'S NOT DEAD! HE'S NOT DEAD!" Finally, she called me an idiot, and that was the end of it.
I come across this kind of behavior a lot in this fanbase. If you say anything about Nabu other than singing his praises, the claws come out. It's finally gotten to me. I officially hate him.
I used to love him. He was a sweet, mature hero who made Aisha happy. Now he's a ball-and-chain the fanbase wants her to drag around for the rest...
When I take a look back to the past (Before Season 7 was released), I had thought of Bloom's Butterflix and her other arts that were either fanmade or hoaxes. Suddenly, I had stumbled onto one of them when I did a Google Search. Do you remember the image? The one image that had Bloom and Flora's 'Butterflix'.
Well, I did a comparison and a contrasting between the two. As you can see the two images, you can observe similarities of the two with the Official Butterflix and the Hoax Butterflix.
Oh, you just have to be okay, Riven whispered. Uh, we didn't want to ask you this Riven, but what's going on with the three of you, Bloom asked. I've known them since they were babies, just leave it at that ok, Riven answered angrily. Ok, ok, no need to get all angry Riven, I'm sure she didn't mean to insult anyone, Brandon calmly said. Then everyone started to argue, no one noticed that Tecna and Flora were waking up. Helia and Timmy looked and was very happy that their girlfriends were awake at last. Guys, hush your mouths, their awake. Riven what's going on and why is everyone yelling,...
Over on a poll and on tumblr I got into a discussion about whether or not Winx needs to be more mature and what not. This inspired me to type a little something about it. Some of this will be from said discussion.
One of the main things that gets bought up a lot in the discussion of Winx and maturity is what other children's shows are doing. And how other shows kids' shows often have a more adult message beneath the initally kiddy stuff. While I don’t necessarily think that Winx needs to be like other kids’ shows but I don’t think it would hurt for the author to seek...
The winx decided to watch a horror movie, what will happen?
Bloom: Come on girls let's watch a movie
Stella: what movie?
Bloom: the ring..
Stella: No........ I hate horror movies
Musa: I love horror movies, let's watch
Tecna: oh yes
Watching the ring
Flora: Stella I can't hear a thing.....
Stella: Sorry I think I won't sleep tonight
The Winx Club decided to form a band on Earth
Musa and Flora were the lead vocalists while Aisha was the drummer, Bloom and Stella plays Guitar and Tecna plays Piano Guitar.
Flora: Our 2nd concert is coming but Musa is sick! What do we do?
Bloom: Well maybe umm........
Aisha: Maybe we should give Musa some medicine....
back at Musa's House
Musa: oh hi girls..
"Hi musa are you alright?" the winx asked
Musa: I'm fine girls I think I can perform to the concert
I think I've figured out a reason the fans reject Aisha and Nex as a couple. Unlike the other couples, they haven't had many romantic scenes. They've never said, "I love you." They've never kissed. (They were about to on their date, but Squonk interrupted them.) Their romance feels weak.
I blame Nickbow. In seasons 1-4, the couples were more affectionate with each other. We often saw them kissing, cuddling, hugging, etc. It felt more appropriate for their age group.
Another stupid love letter whooshed onto Icy’s table. In the hour she’d been sitting in the coffee shop, she’d received about five of them. Each one barring a new and different sappy poem.
Roses are red.
Your eyes are blue…ish
I want the Winx dead.
And so do you.
Okay so that one wasn’t sappy, but it was the most recent and her favorite.
Each letter was completely unsigned. But she already knew who they were from. Darko had been eyeing her all day from afar. Icy took a sip of her...
The first known incarnation of the series was title Magic Bloom and was made circa 1999 as a proof of concept. In this stage, the main characters were aged 13-14 instead of 15-16, as they are in the series proper.
That’s right, fairies, it’s all true: handwriting can reveal our own personality! How? Bloom will teach you my “Winx rules” to discover the secrets of handwriting with your friends with the help of... the Winx Club!