I reblog things. :/ I like gender questionable content(why can't humans have penises and vaginas? That would be the best.), webcomics(Starfight, Teahouse and TJ and Amal are probably my fav at the moment), porn, respect yourself bullshit.. and I have a pretty dark sense of humor. I also share a lot of art related stuff, too.
The last thing I want to do right now is hurt you; but it's still on the list.
'Interview With The Vampire: Claudia's Story' (graphic novel)
'A richly-illustrated adaptation of Anne Rice's novel, told through the eyes of the vampire Claudia, who was just a little girl when she was turned by the vampire Lestat. Though she spends many years of happiness with her two vampire fathers, she gradually grows discontent with their insistence upon treating her like a little girl, even though she has lived as long as any mortal and her lust to kill is certainly no less than theirs…'
I’ve only just discovered this, and despite this story being oh-so-many years old, I’d still like to read it. I must admit that I’ve never been a huge fan of manga artwork, but this is something quite beautiful. The illustrations are so lush and full of detail and the decision to present everything in sepia tone (with red as a spot colour for blood) is genius. Heck, I might have to buy it just for the portrayal of moody Louis. He always was my favourite of Rice’s vampires (sorry Lestat, you’re too arrogant).
Accurate gif response to my current feelings.
For a hard cover publication and with such a great quality of print, paper and art it is worth of every cent, I can guarantee that (and it’s actually quite cheap, I was honestly surprised, got mine from eBay as new). And just when I thought that I had read the books too many times to get emotional over the somewhat tragic story I found myself being speechless when I closed the novel’s back cover. Power of art and story telling.