Gravity Falls

I’m locked away in the highest tower of my domain, working feverishly on a new draft, but I wanted to share with you that the complete Gravity Falls is now available for pre-order.

Gravity Falls is a wondrous, goofy, and extremely well-written show, stuffed full of creepy humor, thrills, lots of heart and good old fashioned heroics. Each episode is strong and most stand on their own, but they build into a wonderful interconnected, multi-layered story. It’s far more than it seems on first glance.

For years Disney refused to release it in its entirety, as they have done with many other TV properties, marketing only a few episodes here and there. But the fans were loud and the fans demanded and it seems that maybe Disney listened.

In any case, I just placed an order, in part for me, but also because my wife takes endless enjoyment in the show. There are always new minor details to notice in the background, because it was really well thought out from the start…

You can find it here.

3 Comments on “Gravity Falls

  1. Gravity Falls is a great series for the most part. The most part is from the fact that I found Mabel annoying and how her selfishness is not really dealt with in the show. That said the parts I liked I really liked: The way small elements built up into major plot lines. Dipper’s character development. Many of the minor characters. The willingness to be actually scary in a kids show.

  2. I’m intrigued by what I’ve heard about the show, but haven’t seen any of it. What age kids is appropriate for? My 8 year old son and I like watching shows together, and this looks like it might be something we could enjoy. But if it’s aimed more at teens, I’ll probably wait on it a bit. He’s pretty mature for 8, and likes things that are kinda creepy but not outright scary. Thoughts?

    • I think that this one would be okay for him. It’s so well done that a wide range of viewers can enjoy it. Since the principal characters are 12 years old that means it’s probably aimed for someone slightly younger, but my wife and both my 21yo son and 18yo daughter all still sit down and watch it even in rerun.

      They’re find as standalones, but if you view them in order, you’ll appreciate them that much more, and they begin to build.

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