the rabbits crime

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When I was doing reseach on the Ink & Paint Club picture I did, I found lots of this style of 1940’s art as well. I seem to be on a vintage and retro art kick as of late so I wanted to give it a try too. What started off as one image turned in to the main cast of Who Framed Roger Rabbit. Still one of my favorite films.

Once again, designs like this can be found over at my Red Bubble shop and Society6 too.

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Here is 5/? of my podcast recommendations for the avid listener. These can all be found on iTunes.

If there’s a podcast that hasn’t featured on my posts that you think deserves a shout out, let me know what it is and I’ll give it a listen. I’m always looking for new podcasts to listen to, especially fiction.

When I get a bit more free time in my busy schedule, I will start to make more categorized posts with more details on each podcast. But I couldn’t wait to add these lovely podcasts to my recommendation list.

#TryPod

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Dani Cage is a sheer force of power that should never be questioned. The only thing that will be questioned is if White Rabbit should continue her crimes. She has alot to think about while recovering from all those shattered bones!


Will be trying to get more comics out soon. Just arranging my schedule!

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HBO has released the trailer for Beware the Slenderman, a documentary about the true story of two 12-year-old girls who stabbed a classmate 19 times in the name of Slenderman, the popular internet character, in 2014.

Directed by Irene Taylor Brodsky, the film will premiere on HBO on January 23.

Beware the Slenderman tells the story of the internet’s elusive Boogeyman and two 12-year-old girls who would kill for him. Morgan Geyser and Anissa Weier lured their best friend into the woods, stabbed her 19 times, then set out on an odyssey to meet the tall and faceless man known online as Slenderman. Shot over 18 months with heartbreaking access to the families of the would-be murderers, the film plunges deep down the rabbit hole of their crime, a Boogeyman and our society’s most impressionable consumers of media. The entrance to the internet can quickly lead us to its dark basement, within just a matter of clicks. How much do we hold children responsible for what they find there?

Beware the Slenderman is a documentary that explores the horrifying true story of two 12-year-old girls who stabbed a classmate 19 times in the name of Slenderman, the popular internet character.

The film is directed by Irene Taylor Brodsky and produced by HBO Films. It will premiere at SXSW this month before airing on HBO later this year. Stay tuned for a trailer.

Beware the Slenderman tells the story of the internet’s elusive Boogeyman and two 12-year-old girls who would kill for him. Morgan Geyser and Anissa Weier lured their best friend into the woods, stabbed her 19 times, then set out on an odyssey to meet the tall and faceless man known online as Slenderman. Shot over 18 months with heartbreaking access to the families of the would-be murderers, the film plunges deep down the rabbit hole of their crime, a Boogeyman and our society’s most impressionable consumers of media. The entrance to the internet can quickly lead us to its dark basement, within just a matter of clicks. How much do we hold children responsible for what they find there?