Aisha/Nex Instagram Edits #6

Here’s another batch of Instagram edits! No theme this time.

A Risk to Love

It is a risk to love. What if it doesn’t work out? Ah, but what if it does…
— Peter McWilliams

I think this quote is the essence of a good love story: watching a couple’s relationship develop, even with the awkwardness that comes with it. When the story is over, you feel like the partners truly understand and love each other.

The Way to Love Anything

The way to love anything is to realize that it may be lost.
— Gilbert K. Chesterton

Aisha showed concern for Nex three times in Winx season six. The first time was in episode 4 — not long after she met him — when a basilisk turned him to stone. The second time was in episode 16 (the scene in the edit). A zombie attacked Nex from behind, and Aisha called out to him to look out.

Finally, in episode 24, he faced off against Icy. When the witch hurled a beam of ice at him, Aisha screamed to him again. But Nex didn’t flinch and instead knocked the spell back at Icy. Later in Pixie Village, Aisha admitted that she was scared for his life.

Nex was also afraid of losing her. When she entered the Legendarium World to save the Pixies, he thought he might never see her again. Naturally, they were both happy the other survived.

Take a Chance

Take a chance. You never know how perfect something could turn out to be.

This is like the first edit. (Coincidentally, I used the same PNG for it.) If you don’t take a chance on a new relationship, you’ll never know how it would have turned out.

Cheer Up

Cheer up, sweet beautiful girl. You are going to be in love again, and it will be magnificent.

I guess this speaks for itself. Aisha is in love again. I wish the Winx fandom could be happy for her. She’s happy, after all.

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November 26, 2018 11:29 am

i love these 🙂 the Instagram edits are very well chosen

?️‍? True Winxer #FoxIsPropaganda #Resist (@MoreWinxClub)
November 27, 2018 12:27 am

I wish the fans would be happy for her too. But they aren’t. They only want their own ideas implemented. If it makes sense is not relevant to them. Rainbow should start a new show with those two being there permanently (like Miles O’Brien moving from the Enterprise D to DS9 or Angel and Cordelia going from Buffy to Angel). It can/should be set in the Winxverse, but apperances from the other characters should only be exceptions.

Valory P. fears Winx Club's success! (@ValoryFearsWinx)
Reply to  Tori
December 1, 2018 1:25 am

Yeah, 500.000 for a Winx show is practically nothing. Maybe IMDB forgot a few zeros, confused WoW with another show, just took a number from Netflix, made it up, put the estimated financial gain on there (which is still too low but IMDB simply doesn’t like Winx, as evidenced by the poor ratings they give it), translated something wrong from an Italian website, or they weren’t talking about the box office but how much Iginio had to pay for WoW to be made. I mean, Rainbow must have gained some millions with the show. There are dolls, books, dvds and magazines featuring the World of Winx art style, and it wouldn’t make sense for Rainbow to keep promoting the Netflix cartoon had it not made them some millions. So yeah, the number is probably wrong. Wouldn’t be the first time IMDB fucked something up. And they gave no source, so it might just have been an idiot throwing around random numbers to get some sort of an achievement for making edits to articles.

As far as I know, Rainbow never said anything about their financial success with World of Winx and Netflix most certainly didn’t either. If they did, it would have already been reported by various Winx sites. Even Sissi Young Empress (a new cartoon from Italian company “Mondo”) must have grossed over 500.000 $ (around 450.000 €) and it’s hardly that popular, except of course in Italy and many a few other countries. Plus, the epic discrepancy between 112.000.000 $ from a new Korean-French cartoon on one hand and 500.000 $ on the other (for Winx) is just too high. There are millions of Winx fans on this planet after all, so there has to be at least two more zeros (maybe even three or four). ImdbPro is not to be trusted. They don’t even give a source for their claim, so there is that too. And even if it was 500.000 $ in November 2016, it’s higher now since lot of people watch it on their Netflix account.

You’re welcome. I also have an interest in making them popular, because the treatment they are getting is unfair. Like I have said, a book might be the best option, unless you can find some rich person to sponsor the project to turn it into an animated show/mini-series (I don’t know any who would ?).

Valory P. fears Winx Club's success! (@ValoryFearsWinx)
Reply to  Tori
November 29, 2018 3:05 pm

IMDb claims it but they haven’t updated World of Winx in ages, so the number probably is much higher now after two years. Still, just 500.000 bucks in the first week is kinda low, compared to what other cartoons make in their debut week. Maybe the user who put that info on the site wasn’t even correct and he confused the financial income of WoW with how much it cost Rainbow to make it (500.000 $ to produce the show seems more reasonable to me, but we can’t be sure until we have asked Rainbow themselves, which is kind of hard to do, since they aren’t on any social media).

A sponsor for your idea would be great but I don’t know anyone who would throw in so much cash and I’m unfortunately no Bruce Wayne or Tony Stark (if I was, you’d already have a few million $ to produce an animated show based on your ideas).

Writing a book may indeed be the cheapest way of bringing more attention to the couple. Please save the couple. I’ll support you if I can.

Valory(Pierce) Fears Winx Club's success (@MythixJ)
Reply to  Tori
November 28, 2018 1:28 am

I wouldn’t mind reading more about it. I like the sound of it so far though. The question now is, how can you realize that very idea. It has to be more than a fanfic. Maybe a book series about them (although there is the copyright issue). Animation would be the most beautiful way of bringing the idea to life but it would also cost a lot of cash. According to imdb, Rainbow only made 0.5 million $ in the end with World of Winx in 2016….the other, horrible show I don’t wanna mention by name has made 112 million $. Of course, it can be highly successful in the end, a financial flop or make a bit of money but nothing to write home about (sure, 500.000 dollars is good money but when you take into account the popularity of the Winx franchise, World of Winx should have made at least 100 times as much as they did in the end, so it actually can be considered a financial flop when it didn’t even make the 50 million mark, while some dumb cartoon for babies has made over 100 million… ?).

I’d like to help you with the show, but I’m not rich. And a few hundred bucks aren’t enough to produce even one 6 minute episode. So the animated idea also falls flat, unless we can find a sponsor.

Don’t know what I can do to help you create the Nex x Layla/Aisha story. And I really wanna help you with it.

?️‍? True Winxer #FoxIsPropaganda #Resist (@MoreWinxClub)
Reply to  Tori
November 27, 2018 3:27 pm

Hmmm, okay. So you would create a completely new world just for them, then? That could work.

On the other hand, I don’t know if we should take one of the main characters from Winx Club, without also having the others around. I have another thought here: The show could be called “Aisha and the Winx Club”. It’s clear who the main star is, but the others also have appearances, albeit smaller ones. The story would focus more on Aisha/Layla and Nex and how they fall in love with each other. It could even be a complete story about their lives (marriage, having children, raising them…and then at an old age, they both look back at their younger years and the show ends 70/80 years in the future from the point on the show starts). It wouldn’t be connected to the main Winxverse, as it is set in a real city. We could even have her go to high school at first and meet Nex there. Or we skip the school part and have them all go to work, with them being in their late teens/early 20’s.

Or Winx goes anime (exaggerated faces and all…Like the typical anime, only with Winx characters in it). A Japanese Winx show ala Sailor Moon or Fairy Tail or maybe more like Dragonball, Digimon Adventure Tri…

But these are just my ideas. What would YOUR show look like? Where would it be set? Is Aisha/Layla even a fairy or is she a normal human being like we all are? Would you include magic in the show or skip the fantasy part? I’m curious to read your ideas. Please share them with us. I really wanna know what you’d do if you had these two characters in your hands.

November 27, 2018 10:05 pm

hmm i’d read that