“The Catoonist’s Calamity” by Bill Everett from Venus no.15 from pre-Marvel Timely. This Golden Age classic of an artist’s fevered dream showcases Everett’s imagination and rendering skills. Timely’s Venus is one of the more unusual titles in comic history, evolving through each wave of comic fads from Teenage humor to sci-fi, from romance to horror. … Read More “The Cartoonist’s Calamity” from Venus no.15
“Tower of Death” splash page from Venus no.17, Dec 1951 from pre-Marvel Atlas (indicia says Leading Comic Corp). Art by Bill Everett. This is a unique tale in a typical setting: a haunted old castle on the moorlands of England. One of the things that make this unique is the limited narration. The narrator never… Read More “The Tower of Death” Venus no.15
Episode 18 of Supernatural Season 6, Frontierland is one of the best episodes of the season. It’s one of the more fun and humorous episodes, with a monster-of-the-week storyline. However, it adds greatly to the over-aching story. Season 6 focuses mainly on Sam’s soul, the Alphas, Castiel’s plan to destroy Rafael, and Purgatory (all of… Read More Supernatural: Frontierland
I’m not very sensitive, squeamish, or impressionable when it comes to intensity, violence, and gore (Supernatural has generous amounts of these). My mother, however, is. Still, I really wanted to share it with her because I thought that she would enjoy the parts without gore. So Feral Atom, road-sine, and I picked a few of… Read More Recommended Supernatural Episodes for a Sensitive First-Timer
These are my top favorite episodes of Supernatural‘s first season (there may be some minor spoilers): Episode #3, “Dead in the Water” In “Dead in the Water,” Sam and Dean investigate several mysterious drowning cases. I like this episode because it has a bit more mystery and tension then the first two. It stands out… Read More Best of Supernatural Season One
Here’s some art I did based on the show Supernatural (I love this show so much ^^). Sam and Dean look through their dad’s journal while working on a case. In the background and on the floor are two Devil’s Traps, eyy.
When Supernatural was first suggested to me, I was very skeptical. It sounded so cheesy: two brothers who travel around the country hunting demons, ghosts, and monsters. I couldn’t see how a show like that could possibly be taken seriously. After the first couple of episodes, I was hooked. The show is an artful mixture… Read More Supernatural