1000 year old vampire woman who is physically a legal adult ends up with a man who, at oldest, is in his 20s
70-something year old (technically thousands of years old if you add the time travel stuff into the equation) samurai who is physically in his 20s ends up with a woman who is also presumably in her 20s
*starts bitching about how creepy it is and how heteronormativty or whatever ruins everything*
Took a 10 minute break from layout design to doodle the mini ginger prince of darkness with his little werewolf girlfriend. Cuties. Might colour it later if I have time.
Dennis and Winnie from Hotel Transylvania 2
Biggest thing I’ll probably take away from Hotel Transylvania 2: how the little kid might also grow up to be another great part-time hero. Vampire-human hybrid, folks. Real “super” material. Those who plan on seeing the film opening weekend, try to imagine it’s little four-year-old Penn, if you so wish…
See this hurts my heart. At one point in the movie Johnny points out that the Hotel is the only place where he can truly be himself and feels like he fits right in. This is a guy who’s travelled the world. But these monsters, he loves them and calls them family because despite the difference in species, they welcomed him into their world and they take him as he is. It actually never occurred to me that Johnny would have any issues with his family, he seemed like such a chipper guy, got along with everyone. But then I see this family photo on the mantle and Johnny’s standing completely apart from the rest of his family and he sticks out like a sore thumb. They seem so bland in comparison. I can imagine why he’d decide to constantly travel around going to new places and meeting new people, he didn’t feel like he fit in at home.