Sarah Elizabeth Ashcroft. Writer, exhibitionist, vegetarian; lover of history, all things spooky, & other people's handwriting.
Install Theme
deadlyunreal:

Thanatos - Yoann Lossel (2013)

deadlyunreal:

Thanatos - Yoann Lossel (2013)

(via joanashino)

banimals asked: I always believed Squee is actually Johnny because of that comic in which Squee is visited by his future self. It makes sense that somewhere in imprecise science of time travel, Squee ends up stranded in the past and winds up inadvertently inflicting the psychological trauma upon his childhood self that would lead him to become a deranged serial killer. Or have I got this wrong?

jhonenv:

Yeah, that’s pretty wrong. Don’t feel bad though, as it’s a thing I’ve heard people say pretty much from the day I started drawing Squee. I get where that comes from, but it’s not where my brain goes with the character. Squee’s just a good kid, wants to be comfortable and happy, but awful shit just goes down around him in the name of cheap laughs.

His story is entirely different from Johnny’s, however. Johnny’s always been a patsy to me, and someone who would only really be admirable on the most shallow level until you get a better sense of what he’s about. He’s sympathetic to a very short point and then the rest of him is not much better than the nonsense he obsesses over and judges with impunity.

Squee’s just a kid who has the shit luck of having him for a neighbor.

Squee’s also got a bear that absorbs every bad effect those horrible experiences would leave in him. It’s partly why Johnny has an instant dislike of Shmee. Broken folks hate being called out on their shit.

I think Squee’s gonna be alright.

mpdrolet:

Circle of Fire in the Desert, 2002
Alfredo De Stefano

*hums Ring Of Fire*

mpdrolet:

Circle of Fire in the Desert, 2002

Alfredo De Stefano

*hums Ring Of Fire*

(via elfentau)

(Source: inneroptics, via plasticliche)

gothiccharmschool:

Yes. Everything about this photo set. 

Something Wicked This Way Comes

(Source: siderealscion, via 365daysofhalloween)

While the South is hardly Christ-centered, it is most certainly Christ-haunted.

— Flannery O’Connor, “Some Aspects of the Grotesque in Southern Fiction” (via theunchainedcamera)

maccamakeme:

*deep sigh*

maccamakeme:

*deep sigh*

(via hellfireghoul)

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  • st-pam:

Summer night, need to cool down.

    st-pam:

    Summer night, need to cool down.

    (via fee-verte)

    We loved like an empire,
    constantly growing until
    we were too powerful for our own good.
    We loved like Rome,
    falling and falling
    until we couldn’t stand back up.

    — Y.Z, when will we stop repeating history? (via rustyvoices)

    (via poisoned-calla)