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November 22, 2011 @ 12:33 am

So this week I have inducted a new member into the pantheon of “Greatest characters in all of fiction”. Some fav’s that come to mind: David Brent (the office), Ron Swanson (Parks and recreations), Spike Spiegel (cowboy bebop), John Locke (lost), job (arrested development). And now officially Malcolm Tucker (The thick of it). SAw “In the loop” which was amazing only to find it was a spin off of a British show “The thick of it”. Fell madly, madly in love. Plan on rewatching it again this week. Here’s some choice clips of malcolm Tucker.

So music happened!


I love his expression in panel three. Also, that music is weird.

Haha, you’re right, that music is weird. I go through phases where conventional music just doesn’t fit the bill. Jonathan tumbler is my favorite character to speak through and I believe Karl’s favorite character to draw. I believe he steals the show in the next story. Cant wait to post it!

So dark and great. Keep up the good work.

And I’m liking that music…Shall have to track that down elsewhere.

Thanks for the attaboy M, I very much appreciate it. I’m glad the dark tone comes through the silliness I write. I wanted to tell a dark story comedicly.

“Do you trust me?” “Not even a little.” “OK, moving on…will you do what I tell you to do?” “…Uh, yes.” (Paraphrased.) Just like that? Carte blanche? Wow. He’s starting to remind me of Macbeth. Just lost his queen, besides. (Of course, I’m glad she hasn’t offed herself JUST yet.)

There are limits to what he’ll do I’m sure but yeah, He’s desperate. And yes, Victor is all Shakespearean male characters driven by hubris.

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