Alex Hirsch talking about an abandoned episode idea that would basically have been a 20 minute Labyrinth parody.
Season 2 of Gravity Falls premieres this summer!
go go power rangersssssss you mighty morphin power rangersss
finally got around to posting this from that halloween comic whoops
He might not be a messiah,
but he’s definitely cooler than one.
Gravity Falls » Grunkle Stan
That man is a self-centered attention hog with no regard for human decency. Get him on TV!
Over on his twitter, Alex Hirsch has mentioned a meeting about a Gravity Falls console game. Something like this probably won’t be out till next year at the earliest but if you have any ideas, be sure to send him a tweet!
Are you DoblePines??? Because I reblogged your fanart WITH your credit! I got the proof right here:
As you can see the credits are there! SOMEONE reblogged the posts that I reblogged and removed the credits, and maybe that explain why the origin post appears with the name of my blog. So don’t be mad with me, I didn’t remove anything. I know that do that is horrible. I hope you understand. And I say it again, I didn´t remove the credits.
Here’s a brief, but incredible and in-depth bio of Gravity Falls creator, Alex Hirsch, from 2010.
Alex Hirsch seen here smoking a cigar made from endangered panda skin, is a feared and loathed titan of industry who once called Chuck Jones a communist to his face and won a drinking contest against a champion racehorse.
Actually, Alex Hirsch is a 25-year old writer, board artist, and director who has done story work for Cartoon Network, Laika, Disney TV, Pixar, and JibJab. His career highlights include pitching bad puns to John Lasseter, touching Weird Al Yankovic’s hair, directing two pilots, and providing the voice of a female clam for Disney TV’s “Fish Hooks.” Currently he is wrapping production on the pilot for his first TV series, “Gravity Falls”, which, according to industry gossip, is going to be the greatest show ever made in the history of television. (And that includes Man Vs. Food)
In his spare time Alex enjoys posing for black and white pictures and writing biographies about himself in the third person.