Moth-chan.

Moth-chan.


Long time no see!
Yesterday was JOJO’S BIRTHDAY! So I endeavoured to finish this for her :’)
Luv u Jojo you are the best ever. <3 
(Everybody should go read The Makeshift Man)

Long time no see!

Yesterday was JOJO’S BIRTHDAY! So I endeavoured to finish this for her :’)

Luv u Jojo you are the best ever. <3 

(Everybody should go read The Makeshift Man)


mephistodrinkingbitches:

I love Elvis a LOT. For jojoseames &lt;3
eggybody go read the makeshift man ok???

mephistodrinkingbitches:

I love Elvis a LOT. For jojoseames <3

eggybody go read the makeshift man ok???


mephistodrinkingbitches:

FINISHT! con-gift for Miranda….
There are nasty fluorescent highlights on this but they aren’t showing so I guess they’ll be a surprise ;0 (Flashe, Holbein acryla gouache, liquitex Ink!) (Gonna make a nasty Fluoro-red frame for this too ha!!)

mephistodrinkingbitches:

FINISHT! con-gift for Miranda….

There are nasty fluorescent highlights on this but they aren’t showing so I guess they’ll be a surprise ;0
(Flashe, Holbein acryla gouache, liquitex Ink!)
(Gonna make a nasty Fluoro-red frame for this too ha!!)


I am enamoured as shit with Hannibal, which is no surprise, given I froth over everything Bryan Fuller touches.
I am incapable of responding to media in any way other than stupid jokes.
I never understood moe anime until Will.
Hannibal as HEARTWARMING CHILDREN&#8217;S ANIME FILM?
  1. I am enamoured as shit with Hannibal, which is no surprise, given I froth over everything Bryan Fuller touches.
  2. I am incapable of responding to media in any way other than stupid jokes.
  3. I never understood moe anime until Will.
  4. Hannibal as HEARTWARMING CHILDREN’S ANIME FILM?

Coyote Burns His Children (2012)


thedestroyoftonystark:

ONCE UOPN A TIME IS HERE AND IT IS GORGEOUS
The page says pre-order but I KNOW THE SECRET INTEL (that it arrived yesterday)

Manga Sized Trade PaperbackBlack &amp; WhitePage Count: 268ISBN: 978-0-9880721-0-7 
Contains the following 20 Short comic stories based on Fairy and Folk Tales:
Dream of Angus By Patrick McEvoy &amp; O. PelàezMaria Makiling By Lindsy Silva &amp; Aileen BalucanagLazon By Chev KamieLindorm King By Michelle SilvaGodfather Death By Autumn HaynesThe Happy Prince By Bevan Thomas &amp; Ksenia KozhevnikovaThe Snow Child By Owen Heitmann &amp; Sarah MilneThe Evil Boyar’s Farmhand By Reetta LinjamaThe Glass Mountain By Jen OverstreetBiron, Bronin, and Borm: The Hulder’s Deal By Thomas Oman &amp; John OmanThe Last Temptation of Hansel and Gretel By Tony minkowsky and line olssenCoyote Burns his Children By DonutLions Wings, Lions Bones By Jeri Weaver6 Reasons for Revenge By Jayleen WeaverThe Thieves and the Serpent By Chris CirilloKaguya Hime By Timothy Nakayama, Sara Moodie and Jay PennSmall Wars Of Inconsequential Beings By Jason HartPumpkin Humpkin By Tammy TaylorWarmth By Erica FletcherMomoteru by Becca T Hillburn

thedestroyoftonystark:

ONCE UOPN A TIME IS HERE AND IT IS GORGEOUS

The page says pre-order but I KNOW THE SECRET INTEL (that it arrived yesterday)

Manga Sized Trade Paperback
Black & White
Page Count: 268
ISBN: 978-0-9880721-0-7 

Contains the following 20 Short comic stories based on Fairy and Folk Tales:

Dream of Angus By Patrick McEvoy & O. Pelàez
Maria Makiling By Lindsy Silva & Aileen Balucanag
Lazon By Chev Kamie
Lindorm King By Michelle Silva
Godfather Death By Autumn Haynes
The Happy Prince By Bevan Thomas & Ksenia Kozhevnikova
The Snow Child By Owen Heitmann & Sarah Milne
The Evil Boyar’s Farmhand By Reetta Linjama
The Glass Mountain By Jen Overstreet
Biron, Bronin, and Borm: The Hulder’s Deal By Thomas Oman & John Oman
The Last Temptation of Hansel and Gretel By Tony minkowsky and line olssen
Coyote Burns his Children By Donut
Lions Wings, Lions Bones By Jeri Weaver
6 Reasons for Revenge By Jayleen Weaver
The Thieves and the Serpent By Chris Cirillo
Kaguya Hime By Timothy Nakayama, Sara Moodie and Jay Penn
Small Wars Of Inconsequential Beings By Jason Hart
Pumpkin Humpkin By Tammy Taylor
Warmth By Erica Fletcher
Momoteru by Becca T Hillburn

(via mephistodrinkingbitches)


thedestroyoftonystark:

Blaaagahgagagggghh screentone!!

thedestroyoftonystark:

Blaaagahgagagggghh screentone!!


ghostreview:


What It Means To Be Bad: Michael Stephenson’s BEST WORST MOVIE
Art by Dianne Von Esson
Written by Derek Godin

In the realm of paracinema and badfilm, very few flicks from the last thirty years have the kind of pedigree that Troll 2 has. Produced in part by Italian schlockmeister Joe D’Amato and directed by career Z-movie director Claudio Fragasso, Troll 2 bears the mark of a major stinker. Shot on location in small-town Utah for next to nothing with a cast of non-professional actors (most who haven’t acted before or since) performing a inconsistency-filled script written in a second language, Troll 2 appeared to be doomed right from the start. After being quietly released and penned in 1990, then unceremoniously dumped into VHS bargain bins and forgotten again in 1992, the movie lived on as an afterthought in the minds who those who created it, and as an anti-gem of note to the psychotronic faithful for the better part of the next 15 years.

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ghostreview:

What It Means To Be Bad: Michael Stephenson’s BEST WORST MOVIE

Art by Dianne Von Esson

Written by Derek Godin

In the realm of paracinema and badfilm, very few flicks from the last thirty years have the kind of pedigree that Troll 2 has. Produced in part by Italian schlockmeister Joe D’Amato and directed by career Z-movie director Claudio Fragasso, Troll 2 bears the mark of a major stinker. Shot on location in small-town Utah for next to nothing with a cast of non-professional actors (most who haven’t acted before or since) performing a inconsistency-filled script written in a second language, Troll 2 appeared to be doomed right from the start. After being quietly released and penned in 1990, then unceremoniously dumped into VHS bargain bins and forgotten again in 1992, the movie lived on as an afterthought in the minds who those who created it, and as an anti-gem of note to the psychotronic faithful for the better part of the next 15 years.

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Girlhood in Gravity Falls

ghostreview:

Written by Lauren VanHelden

Illustrated by Dianne Von Esson

Gravity Falls is dark, witty, and chock full of references to early 90s pop culture – and it airs on the Disney Channel. Though the projected audience is in the 7-12 age range, the show has picked up a cult following amongst college students and young adults who consider the show an engaging mixture of nostalgia and contemporary storytelling. The main ensemble is composed of characters who are not only interesting in their own right, but serve as archetypes that mirror the life experiences of older viewers and have the potential to positively influence younger ones.

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