I’ve been picking at this comic for over a month now, scratching away at it when feeling absolutely blocked as a means of therapy.
It’s like a year since this game came out, but I absolutely adore Bloodborne and I can’t get enough of the lore and story. I’ve never seen such an eloquent explanation for a player character’s constant death and rebirth. The Hunter’s tortured soul, unable to die, cursed to seek the thrills of the Hunt. There are so many little stories like this one, tucked away in the game and item descriptions if you want to find them, but not forced upon you if you don’t.
Ready! I got people. I’m very happy that I was able to finish this short comic. It took me a long time to finalize them because of some of the commitments I had over the past week: travel, purchases of materials, projects, finally …!
Artist Lawrence Lindell wanted black girls to know they have much more value than a lack of media visibility and derisive comments from peers may lead them to believe.
So he created “From Black Boy With Love.” The children’s book, which was released in late March, contains 24 pages of illustrations of young boys expressing uplifting messages of love to young black girls.