Archive for October 2009
When your biggest passions in life are reading, writing, drawing, and playing videogames there’s only a small portion of headspace left to devote to sports. So sue me that I didn’t know there was a big water polo game on tonight!
She was talking about water polo, right?
Anyways, here’s Frankenstein’s Monster and Dracula, Supertown style for ya since Halloween is freakishly close:
Welcome, love, I have made a place for you here
I know every word they say
I know how they want to make you change
– “No One Really Wins” by Copeland
We’re now, at least in New Jersey, in the middle of those few short weeks where the leaves are turning and everything is warmly cool and shops big and small are advertising pumpkin this and pumpkin that. Let’s stay for awhile, yes?
Wrapped up in the pleasures of the world
I’ve journeyed here and there and back again
But in the same old haunts I still find my friends
– “Thirty-three” by The Smashing Pumpkins
I was going to post this to DeviantArt, but that site seems to really hate me lately. But here you go! A little Percy Jackson fanart. I’m just finishing up Book 4, and I really like this series. Can’t wait for the movie next year. Tara and I are going to be the first two in line, dressed as sexy Athena and bloated Dionysus, respectively. I kid, I kid. Maybe…
Wish I knew what you were looking for
Might have known what you would find
– “Under the Milky Way” by The Church
Pretty good movie though.
I woke up, the world had fallen down around me
You were still there, and I didn’t care
For the first time, I knew you were a part of this all along
You were a part of this all along
– “Make the Cut” by Number One Fan
Supertown is almost here, people! Three more days to go, and so to hold you over (or, conversely, whet your appetite even more) here’s another piece of promo art I did instead of drawing actual comics:
I take a little time to think
About what is right or wrong
And that will lead me home if I remember
And I do, I know it’s true
Come find me and I’ll be there to tender
– “So Long” by Sister Hazel