The night sky was dark that night, the light of the stars and moon hidden door a thick blanket of jet-black clouds. From the clouds drifted hundreds of thousands of snowflakes, the winter winds guiding them on their journey to the ground. From the soil, a forest of lodgepole pines stood tall, looming over the snowy, Canadian landscape. A brotherly pair of wolves traveled within their shadows, the eldest of the two in the lead. The younger male stuck closely behind his companion, using him as a shield against the blustering wind. Despite this, snow still managed to cling onto his coat. He...
I know I'm, like, 8 years too late to kom bij the fandom, but dang it, my interest in this franchise has returned and I'm gonna talk about it. Let's start at the beginning, which is a pretty good place to start, in my opinion.
I was about 12 when the original movie came out, and, as someone who craved stories about animals, I ate it up. I watched the trailer about a million times, and rented the movie from Redbox as soon as it was out on DVD (why I didn't ask to see it in theaters, the world may never know). To put it simply, I loved A&O 1....
It was a calm dag in Jasper Park. The sun was shining and the morning was just beginning. Kate was sleeping in the hol, den with Runt, Stinky, and Claudette. A cool morning breeze blew through the cave entrance and woke her. She lifted her head and turned to wish her husband, Humphrey, a good morning. But all she saw was an empty space volgende to her, and then she remembered what had happened the dag before. The battle, the General. And Humphrey. She would give anything just to spend one meer dag with him. All she wanted was to have Humphrey back. But no...
I first discovered Fanpop last summer. I had just recently remembered my childhood movie, Alpha and Omega and I had been watching it again. But one thing kept nagging on my mind and that was the fact that they never made any mention of Humphrey's parents.
So I searched Google for who his parents were and one of the results was a link to a kwis vraag on a site called Fanpop. After clicking on it, I learned that this was a fan site for pretty much anything.
The General featured in A&O 10 originally served in Kuwait and was a veteran of Desert Storm.
Before entering the military, he had excelled in karate as a young adult and was a very capable fighter with just his hands, being able to disarm someone in a matter of seconden and was also an incredibly agile gymnast, easily capable of backflpping whenever he pleased.
This combination of karate and gymnastics made him an exceptional opponent, able to easily avoid an attack and swiftly deliver a spin-kick of deadly proportions.
(Song: hart-, hart of Courage-Two Steps from Hell)
Humphrey was beginning to get tired. This battle had done meer than wear him out, but it was continuing to go on nevertheless. As he looked at the valley around him, all he saw was death and carnage. The wolves were slowly being picked off door the human reinforcements that were no easier to see now than they were before. He knew that something had to be done about this. He just didn't know what.
The battle continued to draw out, and both sides were exhausted, as they had both been fighting non-stop for the past hour-and-a-half, but it looked as if the wolves had finally won when all the remaining humans suddenly turned around and retreated back into the forest. But not five minuten later, the wolves heard the sound of even meer trucks, but they couldn't see them. They heard the sound of doors slamming but they didn't see any humans. Everyone was extremely confused. They all looked at each...
"What, did u really think that after all of these years without you, I would just go back to my boring life as a house pet?" she asked. "Being separated from u was the worst thing that's ever happened to me and I will never let it happen again."
"Thanks," Humphrey said, and then paused. "Losing u was hard too, and I guess, even though I hardly remembered, deep down, I was...
The human slowly approached Humphrey and Kenya, although Kenya was the only one he really noticed. As he got closer he recognized her as his lost dog. The man slowly lowered his gun to the ground and began calling her over.
Humphrey was preoccupied at the moment, but when he heard the human calling to his sister, he turned around and when he saw the human approaching his younger sister, he became angry and afraid for her at the same time.