Hi everyone, I'm a fan of Gravity Fals! This is my first time on Wikia and I am just getting used to this public site. I am also a fan of the beautiful animated series "Gravity Falls" that many people love. I work as a writer at the essay writing company company and will write my thoughts here. And by the way about this, in this blog I will upload quotes of our favorite characters 1 and 2 of the season.
For all subcultures there is a list of “Must have” works, which every representative should familiarize themselves with. If you take geeks, but I think the majority of us on the site, then there is a set. To him, I could include “Scott Pilgrim Against Everyone”, “Rick and Morty” and “Gravity Falls”. The latter, unfortunately, did not receive a decent analysis, despite the huge number of unsolved secrets and secrets. Now I will try to correct this mistake.
Honestly, when I first caught a glimpse of Gravity Falls at 2x2, I thought it was another unremarkable cartoon. A pleasant, but very simple sketch, somewhat reminiscent of Griffins, as if hinted that the content would be something similar. Fortunately, it turned out that this is not so. However, first things first.
To begin with, a small summary of the plot for those who for some reason missed this cartoon. A twelve-year-old brother and sister go on summer vacation to a small town in the northwestern United States. Soon they realize that they are in a very unusual place inhabited by abnormal creatures. At the same time, residents do not know or pretend that they do not know what is happening. However, according to their grandfathers, “the most stupid people on the planet” live in their city, which can explain their ignorance. And then a brother nicknamed Dipper falls into the hands of a mysterious diary in which an unknown author describes local anomalies.
In such a rather unusual world, the series takes place. But Gravity Falls would not be super popular if it were limited only to a good setting. In the fantastic scenery, a very humane story is played out without tortured scenes. In some moments, you literally feel like Dipper is in place, especially when he gets into awkward situations. The author has invested a lot of personal in this series. To understand this in more detail, it is worth considering the history of the creation of the animated series.
It all started when the twins Dipper and Mabel were born in the small California town of Piedmont, that is, sorry, Alex and Ariel Hirschi. The childhood memories of my sister and brother eventually formed the basis of the future animated series. In an interview, Alex said that when he created Dipper and Mabel, it was important for him to show how well they understood each other. Since they spent a lot of time together, they had many common stories, and often they could supplement and end phrases and jokes one after another.
Alex in his childhood tried to solve all sorts of secrets, conspiracies, was interested in UFO stories. He recorded commercials on tape and listened to it the other way around, hoping to discover secret messages from the government. Hirsch believed that the TV specially zombies children, forcing them to buy more Pokemon and other useless nonsense. And, of course, he was most likely right in something. By the way, Alex himself was an ardent fan of Pokemon.
The concept of the series appeared in childhood when they were sent to a cousin with their sister in a forest hut. Grandmother locked them in the room for three hours, calling it "reading time." It was incredibly boring, so Alex entertained himself by inventing stories about monsters and leprechauns. The Dipper room from the animated series partially copies the same grandmother's room.