Skirt is under construction. I’ll hopefully get the black and smoke done on Friday. Kind of concerned that the white is see-through. Season 6 is still MIA.
Don’t cry don’t cry DON’T CRY DON’T CRY DON’T—
Yeah no but seriously. Read it.
Holy fuck that twist.
This is what superhero comics can be, damn it. This is possible. Why don’t we see more of it?
One of the things that really stirs me in this comic is how close I got to Blackwatch’s situation, and also how frightening it can be, how USED you get to it. “This isn’t so bad,” you say, “It’s warm here by the air vent… I have a roof over my head… I still have toothpaste…” You start latching on to everything you have left, until you don’t even realize anything’s wrong anymore until someone points it out to you, and then you want to get indignant because THIS IS MY BOX FUCK YOU.
But seriously, what the hell is this source, I want to know. Astro City?
EDIT: found the source! It’s Common Grounds, a six-issue miniseries done by Top Cow in 2004.
Oh. Oh my god ;_;
Talk about biting off more that you can chew. Progress so far on my Supernatural title card dress. Material all cut out, still not 100% sure what I’m gonna do for the broken glass of season 6 but plenty to stitch together before I have to worry about that.
14 weeks til San Diego Comic Con!
the problem with reading a good book is that you want to finish the book but you don’t want to finish the book
“ To an extent it’s a problem with fandom: the fact is that you’ve got thousands of intelligent people thinking about a problem, and statistically speaking some of them are likely to come up with something more clever than the creators. […] There comes a point at which, frankly, fandom IS better than the creators. We have more minds, more cumulative talent, more voices arguing for different kinds of representation, more backstory… The thing is that I rarely get involved with a show without a fandom anymore, because I actually enjoy the analysis and fic and fun more than I enjoy the show itself. Similarly, I get drawn into shows I otherwise wouldn’t really consider by the strength of their fandom. And I want the shows to live up to their fandom, but it’s an almost impossibly high bar, because the parts of fandom I choose to engage with are often parts that wouldn’t be considered sufficiently accessible or relevant to a majority of viewers. So… basically, for me, fandom is primary, and canon is secondary. The latter is really only there to facilitate the former. ”
headcanon that night vale has its own version of “breaking bad,” only instead of being about a chemistry teacher who cooks meth it’s about a sheriff’s secret police officer who bakes illegal wheat and wheat by-products. it’s called “baking bad.”