Who is Erma? Well Erma is a mute half human half yokai(demons/ghosts from Japan) Japanese American girl(7-9 years old i think) living in Blairwood USA that has a lot of powers from her mother side and pretty good at her super natural abilities. She is from a popular webcomic series that shares her name by Brandon Santiago. And I wish that Erma and Hilda can be in some wacky adventure why Erma is pretty much very powerful being that will certainly protect everyone she cares with her abilities. So wish this American being a new BFF to the scandinavian in future seasons.
What's on your mind?
Why are some page titles not capitalized after the first word and why are "dad" and "mom" used? I think formal terms would use "Mother" and "Father" and that words after the first should be capitalized. I get not all of the words should be like "The" in the middle of the title like "Hilda and the creatures" (that was completely random). But I wanted to ask this because it was quite odd.
I am sure that the Liberian from Hilda is gonna be the villain in season 2.
I think the storyline in this is about Hilda working for the librarian who could be a witch due to the magic spell books she has in her secret hideout, I think she'll take Hilda to her tower because she thinks she's a witch may be due to her blue hair.
She would not be the only magic user, as I read the book "Hilda and the Bird Parade" there's a map of Trollberg, where her tower is located in the Hulderwood, Tove's Tower and Philosopher's Watch may seem to be home to magic users
I heard there's a new novel coming in september, and it talk about the gryla and her crew. What do you think a gryla look like?
I love this wiki so much and I hope that there's some more activity on it when we start to get more details about Season 2 and the 70 Minute movie
I'm thinking about trying to make a Hilda Challenge where there's a 30 or 31 Days of Hilda where you just list different things on each day of what you like about Hilda. Would anyone be interested in partaking or helping out if it interests you?
What is in this incredible looking wiki?
What secrets does it hold?
What knowledge does it keep?
What is the librarians name?
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As the title says, the New York International Children's Film Festival will premiere the first episode of season 2.
Info from the official Hilda the series twitter, link here.
EDIT: Make that first TWO episodes, titled “Troll Circle” and “The Witch”, will premiere at this event on February 22nd (info here).
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I saw shapeshifters in ninjago where they form both humans and animals. I was thought of something that a shapeshifting creatures could be on a hilda animated series where a creatures can change humans and animals a like. They could be in the season 2 or 3.
Merry Christmas or Happy Holidays, whatever you celebrate, Have a wonderful day
So I was thinking, we include the lore of the graphic novels and the show, yet no one mentions the Stephen Davies Fiction book series, shouldn't we include these into the fandom wikia, since it is technically apart of the Hilda canon and if so, can I do it? Or do I need special permission to do so?
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So what is everyone's opinion about the fact that in 2020 we're going to be getting a 70 Minute Netflix Movie about Hilda and Season 2 of the show in 2020. I mean I knew that Hilda was popular but the fact that it's already got a movie in the works and the 2nd Season in production gives me hope that this isn't just gonna be a two season show not that it would be a bad thing. Because I feel it could potentially become the next Gravity Falls?
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Some time ago, I encountered this page from a HIlda comic on pinterest:
Based on this image, I added the information to the Wood Man's page that his head can detach from his body in the graphic novels.
I now have the entire Hilda Graphic Novel collection and, to my surprise, this comic is not in any of them.
Then were is this from? Is this even an official Hilda comic, and if so, where and when was it published? Was it perhaps only in the original release of Hildafolk, since I have the paperback re-release Hilda and the Troll. The artwork at least suggests so, since it more resembles the earlier novels.
Here is part 2:
Apparently on Hilda's character page, it says that she's 15 in the graphic novel. Does anyone have the book or details from Luke Pearson that confirms this?
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