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Shame is not a catalyst for change; it is a paralytic. Anyone who has ever...– What’s Wrong With Fat-Shaming? | xoJane (via machinery)
Excerpt from 'Children of Russia'
PAGE 3 Panel 1. We return to the priest at the bedside of the dying Timur. PRIEST: Why are you telling me this, Timur? Panel 2. Close up on Timur. His oxygen mask now dangling off his chin. TIMUR: A man of the cloth, you must know, father. Panel 3. Close up on the Priest, one hand pulling down on his long, Rasputin-esque beard. PRIEST: Timur, you are not making sense. Panel 4. Close...
TIGER LAWYER: DEAD CAT WALKING
Grimshaw: Look at me, Tiger Lawer... it ain't worth it. I'm a dead man.
Tiger Lawyer: You're not a dead man, Grimshaw. You're on death row. There's a difference.
Grimshaw: Easy enough for you to say. The Tiger that lost my case.
Tiger Lawyer: I can fix this, Grimshaw. I can--
Grimshaw: It's too late, you damned furball! Face it, you've lost. Now I'm paying the price.
Tiger Lawyer: Now you listen to me, you sonofabitch! This isn't over yet. Not by a long shot. The D.A. doesn't know what kind of lawyer she's dealing with.
Grimshaw: And just what kind of lawyer is that?
Tiger Lawyer: The kind of lawyer that will stop at nothing to get you off.
Tiger Lawyer: ...
Tiger Lawyer: ...of death row. Get you off of death row.
Tiger Lawyer: Forget that. You just keep your head up in here, alright? I'll have you out of here before you can scream 'Oh help me, Tiger Lawyer, get me out of here!'
Grimshaw: You're not helping.
The Mystery Gang Pitch That Could've Been...
Remember The Mystery Gang, the spin-off mini series of Terminals? Well, it ended far too soon (though artist Ben Rankel and I have always maintained we would/could do more) with two short stories. But what you may not know is that not too long ago I pitched a graphic novel - The Mystery Gang Vol. 1 - that would have served as a collection of MG stories. Alas, for the most part movement on that...
It’s important to create a thing that will delight an artist. (And even a...– Warren Ellis