tojil:

"I’m getting real sick and tired of your bullshit, Homura-chan."

jajajajaja

tojil:

"I’m getting real sick and tired of your bullshit, Homura-chan."

jajajajaja



deviousdevisal:

Rebellion in a nutshell tbh



lilium:

Look at this magic.

I was waiting for this parallel



lightincatseyes:

All these children… all of how Homura thinks about herself… it just made me so sad…

lightincatseyes:

All these children… all of how Homura thinks about herself… it just made me so sad…



Homura isn't yandere in Rebellion ↗

clearly-clarity:

Let’s take a look at the definition of yandere for a bit. Taken from Wikitionary, here’s what it says:

"The word was developed from tsundere which describes a character who is both hard-nosed or moody tsuntsun (ツンツン) and the aforementioned lovestruck. The sick portion was added…




tp-mac:

Finally Saw Puella Magi Madoka Magica 3 : Rebellion-SPOILERS

WARNING: Stupid Anime Shit

So finally saw this movie, like forever after it came out.  Really enjoyed the series and was going to see this movie in theaters (apparently it came to a theater in town, but I had to do something that day, so fuck), so I decided to watch it later, which was today.

I’m not really good at reviewing stuff, so I’ll just say, really enjoyed it.

If you ever wanna watch stupid anime shit, I’d recommend this series.

If you dont wanna sit through a 12-episode series to enjoy this movie, just watch the first two which just sum up the whole tv-series.



The Fifteen Clara of the False City


xxspaceflowerxx:

Gen Urobuchi said that Rebellion is a happy ending for Homura, and a lot of people take issue with that. They say, “well look at all of the imagery! All I see is Homura suffering and hating herself throughout the movie!”

I think Urobuchi is completely right.

Everyone is missing the forest for the trees here. We all know the Clara Dolls as they are described by the booklets that Japanese theatergoers got and that came with the Blu-rays. “Wow, what a depressing bunch of brats they are,” you say.

But put that aside, and let’s talk about how, as familiars, and therefore as projections of Homura’s heart, the Clara Dolls are essentially just a bunch of little girls who don’t have a care in the world.

(Disclaimer: The contents of this post are biased and make no effort to do anything but defend Homerun-chan. Enjoy.)

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