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float on // modest mouse
i backed my car into a cop car the other day
well, he just drove off, sometimes life’s okay
i ran my mouth off a bit too much, ah, what did i say?
well, you just laughed it off and it was all okay
I decided, in honor of tomorrow’s Bibliophile Cinema discussion of Neil Gaiman and Charles Vess’s Stardust, to post a collection of the gorgeous illustrations Mr. Vess created for the 2012 gift edition as well as glimpse of what the original illustrated novel looks like on the page (source).
Enjoy, and join us tomorrow night (Thursday December 19th) at the BATV Theater at 6:00pm for our screening of Stardust and a discussion of both the book and the film.
this is transparent and i take full if somewhat sheepish credit for it
The younger generation.
For me, this is the most terrifying scene on DW.
Look into Wilfred’s eyes. Pain, fear, shame and despair.
Humans are the scariest things in the universe.
this breaks my heart every single goddamn time.
This episode was hands down the most terrifying in the whole series. Fuck the Weeping Angels, they’ve got nothing on humans.
God and the way his expression instantly hardens when he addresses Wilfred
because he can smile and make it seem not so bad for Donna’s sake, but there’s no bullshitting Wilfred because they both know what’s really coming and there’s no dancing around it. So all there’s left to say is the salute.
I haven’t watched this episode in so long and this guy gets about three minutes of screentime but suddenly I’m SO invested in his character goddammit