Click through for this week’s edition of Jonny Jimison’s Rabbit Trails.
Click through for the second edition of our new Rabbit Room comic strip, Rabbit Trails.
How do you portray a villain like Thanos?
When your heroes have faced and defeated the god of mischief, the dark elves, a heartless celestial, an other-dimensional dark lord, and the goddess of death, how do you present your ultimate villain as a threat and not as a standard-model Big Bad Guy of the Week?
I wasn’t sure if Avengers: Infinity War could pull it off, but it did. Before we discuss why, though, you should know that there are MAJOR SPOILERS ahead.
Seriously, do not continue reading if you haven’t seen the movie.
“What does it mean to be home? Sarah Jane sat on the edge of a cliff asking herself this question as she listened to the wind carry whispers of new places through Juniper Vale. She knew the answer lay beyond the boundaries of her village, so for the last time she said farewell and hopped atop the shell of Senalala, her turtle companion, her place of rest. Together they venture through a world overgrown, searching for a sense of home.”
– from The Traveler’s Tales Through Juniper Vale
Looking for something a little different for your graphic novel collection? Or perhaps a series for the budding artist or comic enthusiast in your family? We’re excited to introduce you to the delightful Hilda and her adventures in the Norwegian countryside.
This month’s graphic novel pick takes an unexpected trip into the afterlife, and your guide is Hutchmoot alum Doug TenNapel. The acclaimed cartoonist has amassed an impressive Read More ›
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Glen Keane has probably touched your life, whether you recognize the name or not.
If you were a kid in the early 90s, you probably watched his animation of Ariel in The Little Mermaid, the titular Beast in Beauty and the Beast, and Aladdin himself in Aladdin. Read More ›