The first time I started this page, the damn thing didn't save, so I lost everything I'd written below each picture. And now I'm not gonna write quite as much as I did originally, at least not for every siggy. But whatevs, what really matters are the sigs themselves, I guess... And why should I need to explain them, anyway? You either get it or you don't. Still, I'll probably write a below most of the new sigs I add. Oh, btw, when I started this page, I did it in alphabetical order by the names of the files in my siggys folder, later I just added anything new to the bottom of the page. And now I've decided to start adding new things to the top of the page, instead.
This uses a scene from the Geek & Sundry series "Outlands," and kind of parodies all the "you should be writing" memes on facebook.
Rick Castle and his daughter Alexis, from "Castle." It's freakin' hilarious and awesome because Nathan Fillion, who plays Castle, is dressed for Halloween as his old character from "Firefly."
Claudia, from "Warehouse 13." She was wearing a magnetized coat so she could climb up to change a light bulb. At this point from which I made the screencap, she's saying "Sweet, I can totally see my house from here." Which was cool... I like pretty much everything she ever says or does. But I preferred the Magneto line from the start of the climb, which I added to the siggy. I used a later image because you couldn't really see her clearly at all for the earlier line....
Orihime from "Bleach" finally admits her love for Ichigo, though he can't hear her. Very romantic, and very sad....
Aang from "Avatar: The Last Airbender" and Gaara from "Naruto."
Ty Lee, Mai, and Azula from "Avatar"
Mai, Ty Lee, and Azula
Yomiko Readman from "R.O.D", Sheska/Sciezka from "Fullmetal Alchemist" (FMA), Sherrice/Scheris Adjani from "s-CRY-ed", Miroku and Shippo from "InuYasha", Sango from "Inuyasha" (I wish I would've had a picture of her holding her giant boomerang, because without it Sokka's comment makes no sense), Roy Mustang and Riza Hawkeye from FMA, Bato from "Avatar" and Bato from "Ghost in the Shell", Tia from "Zatch Bell!", Toph (with Momo), Aang, Katara, and Sokka from "Avatar".
Zuko from "Avatar." I have him here talking to his father, Fire Lord Ozai (not pictured). For the longest time, we never completely saw Ozai's face, which led to fan speculation there might be an important reason for that. But eventually we did see it, and there was nothing remarkable about it. So I thought this'd be a fun addition to Zuko's speech...
Nanashi from "MÄR" and Kakashi from "Naruto." For little reason other than that their names rhyme.
Rock Lee from "Naruto," just because. (Don't recall guest characters' names.)
Funny thing is, when I made this we were facing a long stretch without new episodes, but it wouldn't ultimately be the longest stretch we had to endure...
L, Misa, and Light from "Death Note." Because L is so funny.
Ty Lee; then Azula, Ty Lee, Mai, and Zuko, all from "Avatar." The thing about this episode was, it started out pretty much simple fanservice, but in the end it had some pretty awesome catharsis for the four characters...
Made this from the December page of the 2008 Tinker Bell calendar, which I got in 2007, so that's the Christmastime when I first used the siggy. For a larger copy of the image, check out my Disney Fairies gallery.
Gwen Stacy and Harry Osborn from "The Spectacular Spider-Man," just cuz I thought this was a cool image.
Hiro Nakamura and Daphne Millbrook from "Heroes." I really like both characters, and also I like Pikachu of course, so I loved that she called him that.
Azula and Zuko from "Avatar." Azula does an impression of Zuko in one ep, and in another, Zuko does... a few impressions I think, but this one was of Iroh. I think. They were both good, but Azula was better...
This is a reference to "A Clockwork Orange," because while Jet was prisoner, the Dai Li brainwashed him in a scene very much reminiscent of that movie.
Time travelling Hiro of "Heroes" meets his younger self. This was just awesome.
Lelouch Lamperouge of "Code Geass." Just because it was a funny line.
I made this while Appa was missing. I think later Sokka made something similar on the show, so that was cool.
Hey, who doesn't like maid cafes, am I right? Anyway, I'm sure Brock would love them. Here he is with Spring and Summer...
Meatwad from "Aqua Teen Hunger Force," a sig I like to use each year around Halloween.
Jiro and Zola with their shadows, Minotaur and Killer Bat, from "Blue Dragon." Because Zola is so funny.
My Neopets, pretending they live in the world of "Avatar."
My Neopets again, this time pretending they're characters in "The Lion, the Witch, and the Wardrobe."
A LOLicious sleep-deprivation-inspired hallucination from "Avatar," featuring Momo and Appa.
Something in the magazine Anime Insider inspired me to make this "One Piece" sig, featuring Usopp, Nami, Zolo, Luffy, and Sanji. (I ganked the image from here.)
Sokka and Haru from "Avatar." Just because Sokka's first attempt at speechmaking was so amusing.
A character from "Code Geass," who... has a large forehead, okay?
While my favorite ship ever might be Mai and Zuko, if they weren't together, I think Mai (of "Avatar") and Shikamaru from "Naruto" would make a good couple, too.
Katara, Aang, Zuko, and Mai from "Avatar." Shipping is fun! (Especially when your ships win.)
Sokka and company from "Avatar." Just because Sokka is awesome.
Toph from "Avatar." Just because we all love how much that space rock looked like the Nick splat. (Perhaps the only time I'm really happy to have a network logo included in the image.)
Dorothy from "MÄR," because I love her so much.
Tom from Cartoon Network's "Toonami" programming block, which ended in fall 2008 after many years of great shows. When Tom said his final farewells, he said "Stay Gold," which is of course a quote from "The Outsiders." (Then he flew off and said "Bang," a quote from the end of "Cowboy Bebop," which fans dug since Tom's VA was also that of Spike Spiegel.)
Toph from "Avatar." I think she's a cute kid, but... I also thought she could look a bit like a boy, especially when we first met her. Also, I think if anyone said that, she'd kick their ass.
Pretty simple advertisement for my board. The teapot is from an old Republic of Tea catalog.
Yoko from "Gurren Laggan." Because, you know... she's ultra-sexy and a totally awesome badass.
Did I mention that Zola from "Blue Dragon" can be really funny?
Zuko and an effigy of Aang from "Avatar." The show clearly always paralleled their stories, so I thought this was neat...
Zuko from "Avatar." This is animated, so be sure to wait for every frame. (Actually, hit "refresh," because the animation doesn't loop.) Anyway, for a while there in Book 2, I just thought he seemed alot like a ronin.
Once again, I love it when my ships win. Maiko & Kataang forever!
I just made this because I'm an idiot with a weird sense of humor. It has two frames, but I would've liked to have made the animation... actually show the words moving around to change form. That would have required tons of frames and ended up being way too big a file, so... I went with the simple two-frame thing.
A screencap I made for my Code Geass gallery, and decided to slap some text on it and use it as a holiday siggy. Ain't Shirley cute?
Actually made this more for my Just For Fun Pokemon gallery page, but it can also be used as a sig... It's the latest in a running gag about the CN logo trying to make up for the shortness of Dawn's skirt.
Hiro time travels into the past, and meets his mother. Kind of made me think of a line from "Back to the Future," but I mixed it up with a line of Daphne's, which had inspired me to make and earlier siggy....
Brock and James from an episode of Pokemon. Who it suddenly seems would make a nice couple....
Is anyone as awesome as Tina Fey?
Tell me, Nemu, if I have cast myself in the role of Dr. Frankenstein and you the monster, then why is it that you are the one who's beautiful, while I'm so ugly?!
It was bad enough losing Toonami on TV, but losing Toonami Jetstream as well? Dammit. This frees up some time for me each week, but... it still sucks. Alot.
Because Brock and Zoey couldn't make out what Fantina said...
When Milly left Ashford Academy, I suddenly realized just how awesome she was. So I felt like paying a small tribute....
A tribute to the end of the second Ben 10 series, looking forward to the third....
A screencap of Yoruichi from episode 108 of Bleach, which aired on April 4, 2009. The new movie comes out May 8, 2009.
Barry, from one episode of Pokemon, interrupting Team Rocket's motto. For the most part he was kind of annoying, but that one line was really funny.
Richard Castle and his daughter Alexis, from "Castle." Gosh I love Alexis.
Alan Tudyk, guest starring on "Dollhouse."
A couple of sigs celebrating the wit of Prof. Lloyd from "Code Geass."
Doc Saturday, from "The Secret Saturdays."
Animated gif I made from the "Heroes" online comic.
Doyle and Abby (with Zak and Fisk), from "The Secret Saturdays." It's amazing how Doyle can be cheesy and cool at the same time...
Rangiku, from "Bleach." Just because she's awesome.
Claudia, Joshua, and Artie, from "Warehouse 13." Artie is cool.