Disney Gravity Falls: Six Strange Tales (Bilingual)
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If you meet forest gnomes disguised as zombies, dig up a mysterious old journal filled with secrets and ciphers, or encounter spooky hijinks at the local condemned convenience store, you've just crossed over into... GRAVITY FALLS, where there's always something peculiar going on! Join 12-year-old twins Dipper and Mabel Pines as they explore the oddest spot on the map. Shipped off to spend the summer with their gruff Great-Uncle ("Grunkle") Stan -- who runs the tacky tourist trap, "Mystery Shack" -- the kids uncover mysterious surprises, unsurpassed silliness and supernatural shenanigans lurking around every corner of the deceptively sleepy little town. Packed with over two hours of hilarious adventures, irreverent humor and quirky, unforgettable characters, GRAVITY FALLS: SIX STRANGE TALES is a trippy trip into your family's fun zone!
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And "Gravity Falls: Six Strange Tales" brings together the first six episodes of this strangely addictive show, which might draw in even people who don't usually like kids' cartoons. It's gleefully surreal, slightly dark and very tongue-in-cheek -- sort of like one of the more successful Adult Swim series, but minus the sex and graphic violence.
Twelve-year-old Dipper and Mabel Pines are spending the summer with their Grunkle Stan, an elderly con-man who runs the Mystery Shack (a ramshackle museum of bizarre, mostly fake items). However, Dipper is kind of worried about staying in Gravity Falls, where weird things seem to happen on a near-daily basis (his mosquito bites spell out BEWARB).
Then Dipper finds a mysterious book that reveals the many secrets of Gravity Falls, and Mabel meets a strange, extremely-pale boy. She hopes he's a Twilight-style vampire, but Dipper is afraid he's a zombie. The truth... is a lot stranger than either theory.
This is only the beginning of the twins' strange adventures -- polygamous gnomes, a wax figure who loses his head, an expedition to find a mythical sea monster (for money!), a convenience store with malevolent ghosts, manly minotaurs who teach Dipper how to be a real man, and a malevolent bloblike Southern boy who takes a shine to Mabel (and hates her family).
"Gravity Falls" reminds me a little of those weird Adult Swim cartoons, except this one is appropriate for kids. Even though I find most kids' shows to be as annoying as gnomes, this one is strangely addictive -- partly because it's just so unabashedly strange.Read more ›