Gravity Falls is still on hiatus, but at least the next episode has a release date now.
I welcome you, death.
Dipper and Wendy are having fun when Mabel starts to talk about a hot new boy band coming to Gravity Falls to perform. Little does Mabel know what horrible secret they hold…
At long last, they are here Gravity Falls fans! The long-awaited winners of our design contest have been announced and we are SO thrilled to add these tees to our official Gravity Falls merchandise at WeLoveFine.com! We had hundreds of AMAZING Submissions and tens of thousands of ratings - the fan community really rocked this contest! You can see and purchase the winning designs now; congratulations to all of the artists, and thank you to EVERYONE who rated!
Congrats as well to Mike Adams, Olivia Moura and Christopher Taniguchi, who all rated EVERY design in the contest and won our side drawing for a FREE tee of their choice!
Also, we are THRILLED to announce another new product just added to the shop: You asked for it, fans, and you got it! You can now buy your very own OFFICIAL Dipper Pines-style trucker hat! Come and get ‘em!
Thanks for 2,001 followers, guys! If it were any different number, I wouldn’t know how to thank you.
Also, bonus gif!
No preview for Boyz Crazy during tonight’s broadcast premiere of Carpet Diem. Also, as of this moment, voices in the pipeline say that the episode will not release early as previous ones did. That may change but it’s what we know at this moment. Stay tuned for more info.
This seems to be one of the most outstanding theories I’ve ever heard about Gravity Falls.
If you don’t remember, Hellmouth is a term from Buffy the Vampire Slayer fraught with supernatural activity.
In “The Deep End”, Mermando is brought to Gravity Falls in a truck after being caught by fisherman, rather than there being a school of mermaids living in a lake in Gravity Falls. There’s absolutely no doubt that supernatural activities are largely concentrated in Gravity Falls- but they do not appear to exactly be created there, but attracted to it indirectly, in some way. There aren’t any clues about why this happens, though. If there is a secret Illuminati-like group in Gravity Falls associated with our friend Mr. Pyramid, perhaps they were drawn there too.
Here’s a little theory that branches off this one- perhaps the writer of the books had heard of the supernatural happenings in Gravity Falls, and traveled there to write about them.
OK so I sort of said this on my fanfic blog (a-book-called-3) but I’m gonna explain it here. There are multiple experiments, as shown here:
But what if it’s not the first experiment we’ve seen?
Where else have we seen a seemingly normal object with paranormal properties, hidden in plain sight?
A copier which can clone things?
An arcade machine whose characters can come to life?
A pinball machine that can shrink you down?
What if these are all experiments? Not to mention that Stan keeps THREE of these four objects in his house. STAN IS NOT WHAT HE SEEMS…what if he made the experiments? It’s just speculation, but it seems suspicious that Stan houses so many strange objects yet acts like he knows nothing about the supernatural world…
A great theory from my friend, Mistiry! Also, I’m pretty sure everyone can tell that Stan was lying that there was no secret rooms in the Mystery Shack-however, it wasn’t the one behind the vending machine, like we thought - rather, behind a bookcase. Is it possible that there are even more secret rooms in the Shack?
New episode of Gravity Falls this Friday! Check-It-Out!