So….here are my totally non-canonical interpretations of the characters from the wonderful book “Every Heart a Doorway.” 

Tor released a free download of the book and I had not the slightest inkling of what it was about. I really enjoyed it( That may be a mild understatement. It was one of those books that leave you satisfied and then the plot and it’s characters haunt you and you’re slowly forced to realize it had a lot more impact than you originally gave it credit for and you go and reread it and look for all the hidden clues and hunger for more). All that being said, I really enjoyed the characters. McGuire describes them in such a way that their personalities really instruct their appearance. I couldn’t help but sketch out my visions of them.  I highly recommend reading this book and I’m excited to read Seanan Mcguire’s other books! 

Expect much more fanart of this series.  

P.S it would mean everything to me if @seananmcguire saw this. 


Sneak Peek of Regular Show Creator’s Close Enough

J.G. Quintel, creator of Regular Show and voice of lead character Mordecai, is coming back to TV with a new animated series. The last we heard from him was in May when he shared that he would be partnering with TBS to create an animated series called Close Enough, and now we’re getting our first look with this sneak peek. 

The show looks and feels a bit like Regular Show (and sounds like it with Quintel voicing another main character), but with more adult themes and humor. Now no longer on a children’s network, Quintel and his team don’t have to be as cautious with their brand of humor. 

According to Deadline:

The series is described [as] a surreal take on transitioning from twentysomething to thirtysomething. The show revolves around a married couple juggling such everyday challenges as parenthood, friendship, ham theft, stripper clowns and choosing the right day care.

Close Enough will be 13 episodes. No release date has been announced yet.

- Christopher