Amity’s been in a lot of episodes of The Owl House so far. While at first she seemed set to be the jealous rival to Luz, we’ve seen there’s a lot more to her. So, as I do with a lot of characters I like, I’ve started analyzing her personality, and what I’ve found has been interesting. However, this episode ultimately gave me a clearer look at what makes her tick.
After taking a break last week for Valentine’s Day, The Owl House is back and ready for more supernatural hi-jinks. So far, the show’s done a great job of establishing its lore and character backstories: the Emperor’s Coven, Eda’s curse, and the show’s take on magic. However, I think that is the episode that begins to really connect everything together. And it does all that while making me think of the film Monster House.
When Gus and Willow tell her of Bonesboro’s annual Covention, where students can learn all about the Covens they can join, she begs Eda to go. They end up going, and we get another piece to the puzzles of Eda’s past and the world of the Boiling Isles.
The last episode of The Owl House taught Luz that she must be patient in learning the art of magic. Now we get to see her relearn that lesson as she sneaks into the Boiling Isles version of Hogwarts.
I’ve seen a lot of great stories that revolve around a special Chosen One meant to fulfill an important destiny. I think, from a cultural perspective, they’re meant to make everyone feel special and capable of being a chosen one. However, the last few years of TV seem to be going in the opposite direction, acting like prophecies and chosen one’s are bunk. Now The Owl House is following that route in its second episode. An episode which, I may end, seemed like a step down from the premiere.
So, after months of waiting and building of hype, is The Owl House everything that I wanted? Yes and no, but mostly yes. I know I said this about Amphibia, but The Owl House is also the next Gravity Falls.
twitter.com/danaterrace/status/1215644951867822080 It’s already up on DisneyNOW and I can’t remember my Xfinity password!! Crud!
So I was browsing through Twitter when I saw Alex Hirsch post this image of this Christian news site warning parents about the Owl House and saying how its teaching kids about witchcraft. So I decided to write about why it’s alright for people to be considered weird in this world.
youtu.be/3WlSRUhpKtc This video highlights what The Owl House is about at its core: how it’s okay to be weird. Even if some people won’t accept it, if you look hard … Continue Reading Embrace Your Weirdness
With #TheOwlHouse looking set to be the first big release for #Disney in 2020, I talk about the five things I’m looking forward to the most with Dana Terrace’s creation!
twitter.com/danaterrace/status/1214456637433319425 I forgot to share this before.
twitter.com/danaterrace/status/1214096943401426949 You can bet that I’m going to be reviewing this when it comes out.
As we end the decade, I wanted to look back on my favorite cartoons of this Animation Renaissance we’ve gone through. Here are my top ten favorite cartoons of the 2010s in no order!
I’ve waited to use Gravity Falls for my month of Halloween, and now seems like the best possible time to do so. While the entire series is perfect for a Halloween binge-watching, there are two episodes that are actually Halloween specials. In the first one, the Pines Twins discover the Gravity Falls Tradition of Summerween.
This year at NYCC, Disney fans got a first look at their upcoming cartoon, Owl House. From what’s been shown, it’s a cross between Gravity Falls and Star vs The Forces of Evil. I may not bet at NYCC, but that’s not stopping me from giving my thoughts on this new show!