comicbookcovers:

Locke And Key #4, May 2008, cover by Gabriel Rodriguez

comicbookcovers:

Locke And Key #4, May 2008, cover by Gabriel Rodriguez

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Why Doctor Who is scarier than Supernatural

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nevergonnastopsnowing:

Satan on Doctor Who

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Satan on Supernatural

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That last one really got me

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imageimagewelcome to Doctor who bitches

the third member of the holy trinity wants its say

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Sherlock: We may not have ‘monsters’, but you should see us in a crown.

This is my new favorite post.

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comicsalliance:

INTERVIEW: JILLIAN TAMAKI AND MARIKO TAMAKI TALK ‘THIS ONE SUMMER’
By Caleb Goellner
Set in a quiet beach town, This One Summer shows readers the culmination of preteen Rose’s vacation, which deviates from its annual fun-in-the-sun standard and comes peppered with new parental problems, local teen drama and horror movie-watching. You can get some insight into how the Tamakis’ worked together to craft a coming-of-age story for 2014 in our interview. 

ComicsAlliance: There’s a ton of subtle imagery in This One Summer that I only caught my second read through. Rose’s mother scolds her for a bad habit that she herself is shown to have much later in the book, for example. It’d almost be a blink-and-miss-it moment in film or TV, but in comics I was able to catch it and really appreciate that detail. How do the two of you work together to accomplish that extra depth in your comics work?

Jillian Tamaki: Comics allows you to do stuff like that. Hopefully it allows for multiple readings and a sense of depth. I try to be OK with some people not getting certain references or other things … it will feel more like a reward to the people that do. I like specificity and the discrepancy between words and actions.


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comicsalliance:

INTERVIEW: JILLIAN TAMAKI AND MARIKO TAMAKI TALK ‘THIS ONE SUMMER’

By Caleb Goellner

Set in a quiet beach town, This One Summer shows readers the culmination of preteen Rose’s vacation, which deviates from its annual fun-in-the-sun standard and comes peppered with new parental problems, local teen drama and horror movie-watching. You can get some insight into how the Tamakis’ worked together to craft a coming-of-age story for 2014 in our interview. 

ComicsAlliance: There’s a ton of subtle imagery in This One Summer that I only caught my second read through. Rose’s mother scolds her for a bad habit that she herself is shown to have much later in the book, for example. It’d almost be a blink-and-miss-it moment in film or TV, but in comics I was able to catch it and really appreciate that detail. How do the two of you work together to accomplish that extra depth in your comics work?

Jillian Tamaki: Comics allows you to do stuff like that. Hopefully it allows for multiple readings and a sense of depth. I try to be OK with some people not getting certain references or other things … it will feel more like a reward to the people that do. I like specificity and the discrepancy between words and actions.

READ MORE

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joequinones:

chrissamnee:

Me and Matt Wilson’s variant cover to Elektra #2

GOOOOOORGEOUS.

joequinones:

chrissamnee:

Me and Matt Wilson’s variant cover to Elektra #2

GOOOOOORGEOUS.

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