Because everyone should be reading comics. I insist!
comehereyousexything made this for me.
From the POV of somebody who buys stacks of comics and named her dog after the Winter Soldier.
Reasons to read Count Cain and Godchild
It’s basically Black Butler but 20x better
Abused noble boy solving murders and getting revenge on people who hurt him because revenge is sweet and anyone who tells you otherwise is a jackoff
Riff is just as capable of a butler as Sebastian and he’s…
he’s a ghost…you’ll never find him
My grandfather died last month. He was pretty much the most intelligent person in the world. When he died, the world got dumber. Now, hold on. I know what youâre going to sayâwell, thatâs easy to s…
This, so hard. I really don’t understand.
SUPERNATURAL as AMERICAN GOTHIC for the cover of Famous Monsters 273. Art by Terry Wolfinger.
Even though the great monsters played by Karloff and Chaney and Lugosi were restricted by the very fact that they were humans in makeup and therefore couldn’t really rip people limb from limb, there was always a sense that we in the audience were seeing something kind of real, that real hands were touching real objects, and real faces were making real expressions, even if those expressions came through pounds of makeup. What SUPERNATURAL tries to do is to be as sensorily convincing as the old stuff, even though much of it has to be created differently now. Much of what made the old monsters convincing was the sense that there were real, live personalities within them, and I think that’s where we’ve been particularly successful, in investing even the weirdest creatures (however created) with personalities and recognizable traits, so that it’s never just computer pixels threatening us.
JIM BEAVER for FAMOUS MON STERS OF FILMLAND Issue 273 (to be released APRIL 2014)