Okigari
Tsukiyama just wants to get poked

Tsukiyama just wants to get poked

Only a fan could make something so awesome.

You’re a liar if you didn’t laugh.

Awww… look, he bought the flowers.

The ladies like class.

When people think it’s funny to keep calling your favorite character trash even though it’s starting to REALLY bother you.
srsly, can you guys knock it off now? It’s obnoxious
no body wrecks things more then so called fans

When people think it’s funny to keep calling your favorite character trash even though it’s starting to REALLY bother you.

srsly, can you guys knock it off now? It’s obnoxious

no body wrecks things more then so called fans

The rough cut of this scene.

Okay, just read a Tumblr post complaining how all the women in the Book of Life look the same and blah-di-blah-di-blah. I have honestly had enough of this garbage. People tearing apart animated films because they did not address every social issue under the sun. These films are made because the creators want to tell a story. If everybody attempted to conform to every consideration under the sun, we would not have a vision, but a pile of PC ass-kissery.
The movie Frozen was not about women’s issues. It was an original telling of the Snow Queen. Yet everybody’s issue is that the characters had similar faces (so did the characters from the Peanuts, but you don’t hear anyone crying about that). The Book of Life looks to be a magical and colorful film based on Mexican folklore and culture (something that never has really had a fair shake as far as mainstream perception is concerned). It looks absolutely fantastic and the fact that anybody can see the trailer and pick out so called flaws like “the female characters all look alike” is quite frankly frivolous and moronic.
The reason a person comes to love a film is not how the characters are depicted, but the heart of the story and how it is told. If you are only capable of enjoying a film based on how many social and artistic issues it addresses, then good luck finding anything you can enjoy. As far as I can gather, The Book of Life is a celebration of a rich and festive culture. Appreciate it for what it is and quit trying to force your own agendas in places where it does not belong. Thank you. 

sorry for the rant,but this whole thing is getting ridiculous

Okay, just read a Tumblr post complaining how all the women in the Book of Life look the same and blah-di-blah-di-blah. I have honestly had enough of this garbage. People tearing apart animated films because they did not address every social issue under the sun. These films are made because the creators want to tell a story. If everybody attempted to conform to every consideration under the sun, we would not have a vision, but a pile of PC ass-kissery.

The movie Frozen was not about women’s issues. It was an original telling of the Snow Queen. Yet everybody’s issue is that the characters had similar faces (so did the characters from the Peanuts, but you don’t hear anyone crying about that). The Book of Life looks to be a magical and colorful film based on Mexican folklore and culture (something that never has really had a fair shake as far as mainstream perception is concerned). It looks absolutely fantastic and the fact that anybody can see the trailer and pick out so called flaws like “the female characters all look alike” is quite frankly frivolous and moronic.

The reason a person comes to love a film is not how the characters are depicted, but the heart of the story and how it is told. If you are only capable of enjoying a film based on how many social and artistic issues it addresses, then good luck finding anything you can enjoy. As far as I can gather, The Book of Life is a celebration of a rich and festive culture. Appreciate it for what it is and quit trying to force your own agendas in places where it does not belong. Thank you. 

sorry for the rant,but this whole thing is getting ridiculous

Can’t you talk about the characters you love, rather then the characters you hate? Sheesh…

He’s my baby and I love him!

The pattern on Tsukiyama’s jacket might be some sort of kabuki mask design.