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Happy KFP Anniversary Day, everyone! Today marks the 11th year since the first Kung Fu Panda film was released, thereby making the franchise (as well as the wiki on the 10th) publicly 11 years old. Though I haven't been as active on here as I've been in the past, I still love the franchise and every ounce of hard work and love that was put into it by those at DreamWorks.
The anniversary avatars from last year are still available - the link to those is provided below. Anyone is still more than welcome to personally use those for your profiles, either here on the wiki or elsewhere on your social media.
Happy 10th Anniversary, everyone! As a special anniversary present to all the awesome Kung Fu Panda fans/followers here on the wiki and its social media accounts, I've prepared a batch of Kung Fu Panda-themed avatars, featuring the main and supporting characters of the first film. Feel free to use them on your wiki and social media profiles to celebrate 10 years of Kung Fu Panda!
Some of the weapons seen and used in the movies are pretty straight forward in what they are no research or guess work required but others are difficult to find (If you'll pardon the pun) hide or hair of, my question spesifically has to do with the paired weapons seen being used be master storming ox in KFP2 and master bear in KFP3 I don't know if these weapons and different types of the same weapon or two different weapons but i can't find anything like them in my search, help please.
I liked KFP 2 because it had a lot of suspense and action.
EDIT (June 3, 2018): Cleaned up the thread; focused on on long posts, double-posts and blockquotes. Just in case you notice your comment was edited by me.
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**ORIGINALLY POSTED JUNE 6, 2013**
Today is the day—the epicenter of our entire celebration here on the Kung Fu Panda Wiki! Five years ago today, Kung Fu Panda was first released in U.S. theaters, marking the beginning of an internationally successful and popular franchise. This is the point where, if this was a big house party, I'd signal for the balloons and confetti to drop from the ceiling, and then roll out the gigantic cake.
I hope everyone here is still happy to be celebrating this, because I'm still having tons of fun! And this franchise definitely deserves the large celebration we're having for it. I've seen through everyone's comments and messages (both on the blogs and the social networking accounts) that people really love and feel connected to this film. It's amazing that one hour-and-a-half-long animated film changed people the way it did, and how it's still continuing to inspire people all around the world. There's only a handful of franchises that can do that, and I'm sure happy this is one of them. :)
There are so many things we could do for today's celebration activity, but we're going to keep it simple again: Post your favorite quote and/or scene from the film, and then give us your explanation of why it's your favorite (or one of your favorites, if you feel pressured in the decision).
Again, you're welcome to submit repeats and as many as you'd like, but be lenient on new images so our galleries remain clutter-free. Thanks everyone—have fun! :)