I did these last night as well, thought I might as well post them.. given the comment I made on this: [link]
When I was very little, the cartoon of Soul Music
played on TV.. and my mother dubbed it inappropriate for my young mind, so naturally I watched it anyway. I can't remember all that much of it now, only the things that stuck with me.. like Terry Pratchett's utterly wonderful rendition of Death. There is no other Death like him, and there never will be again.
Also lol Top Gear.Famine
Famine quite honestly scared me. The whole "culture" of dieting and body-image and what-not already unnerved me, so when I met him as the character devised to be responsible for all that.. my skin crawled a little D:War
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Like I said on the previous picture: I developed an unhealthy fixation with him when I first read the book.. and it hasn't lifted. He came out how I see him.. which is looking as though he could be anywhere from nineteen to thirty, slightly
androgynous and on his last legs.
Perhaps it's the fact that I imagined him with a soft but rather deep voice that really sold him for me.. not quite as melodious as Tim Curry.. but something like that and just
as sumptuously oily.
Theeere's something wrong with me xDGood Omens
is (c) Terry Pratchett & Neil Gaiman