Gravity Falls: Dippers and Mabels Guide to Mystery and Nonstop Fun! by Rob RenzettiWant to know the best way to thwart the ghost that haunts your local convenience store? Or how to crack a top secret code? Find out in this jam-packed guide featuring tips, activities, and the shows trademark quirky humor. From Dippers advice on how to handle the supernatural, to unlocking codes and ciphers, this imaginative guide is sure to be a hit with fans of the show!
Which of course his parents named him when one of their children came out with a weird mark upon his brow. Because parents suck. Especially the kind that would send you away to live with an obscure relative for months on end without actively calling or writing. She started calling him Dipper because of it, and it just caught on. Guys imagine this! Dipper goes missing for days because he fell into the cave and in the span of those days he befriends the monsters, except Toriel when he was unable to hold back his attack and killed her. Mabel reluctantly agrees and they set out to look for him.
Gravity Falls airs its series finale tonight, February 15, and as sad as that event may be, creator Alex Hirsch and crew deserve many kudos for going out at the top of their game. Despite an extremely haphazard broadcast schedule, Gravity Falls has transformed from a quirky monster-of-the-week show to an ingenious allegory about the terrors inherent in growing up. Speculation about the series finale runs rampant online, with fans spinning theories from clues, possible red herrings, and the encrypted messages shown at the end of every episode. Club offspring and Gravity Falls fans Nina and Theo. To kick off their journalism careers, the third-grade twins asked Hirsch the hard-hitting questions you would expect of future Pulitzer winners. Alex Hirsch: [Laughs. AH: The entire valley of Gravity Falls was formed when some sort of extraterrestrial object careening through the atmosphere went right through the cliffs, creating a perfect UFO silhouette, and crashed into the ground, creating a big, bowl-shaped valley.
Mason "Dipper" Pines  is a fictional character and one of the main characters of the Disney Channel animated series Gravity Falls. The character is voiced by Jason Ritter , and designed by and loosely based on the childhood of series creator Alex Hirsch. Dipper is a year-old year-old by the end of the series boy who, along with his twin sister Mabel, is sent to spend his summer vacation in his great uncle's tourist trap , "The Mystery Shack".
Sign in. The twins wonder if they really know Grunkle Stan after he is taken into custody by the government agents. A final confrontation with Bill leads to the Pines family's ultimate fate and greatest sacrifice. The Pine family make their greatest sacrifice yet and arrive at their ultimate fate following a final showdown with Bill. Stars on the purple carpet at the Emmys decide which TV show characters would make great superheroes or supervillains , and more.
Dipper was born on August 31, From a young age, Dipper's mother would dress him up in a lamb costume and have him perform his signature song and dance, the " Lamby Lamby Dance. Sometime during the month of June,  Dipper and his twin sister Mabel were sent north up the coast  to the small town of Gravity Falls, Oregon, to stay with their Great Uncle "Grunkle" Stan, who runs a tourist trap named the Mystery Shack which doubles as his house. While Mabel adjusts with ease, Dipper initially finds it difficult to get used to his new surroundings. One fateful day, Stan tasks Dipper to put up hanging signs advertising the Mystery Shack in the "spooky part" of the Gravity Falls Forest , where he discovers a journal written by an unknown and enigmatic author detailing the town's secrets and dangers. Dipper discloses his findings with Mabel and consecutively meets her new boyfriend, Norman , who he begins to suspect is a zombie based on the information in Journal 3. Despite failing to find any incriminating evidence, Dipper confronts his sister on the theory, resulting in an argument.
Scared that growing up will be miserable, Mabel is tricked into giving Bill the Rift and unleashing Weirdmageddon. Instead it has to kickstart things again from an episodic precursor, then dial all the way up to 60 in both character and plot stakes. It was … very bizarre and disheartening to watch. This had the added bonus of hiding as much of the new episodes as possible from the fandom, which as you recall would descend on any new hint of material and have it picked to the bone within an hour. As the finale came closer, there was also an influx of engagement.