Comic 258 - Billy Loves It

11th Nov 2020, 12:00 AM
Billy Loves It
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LegendaryLycanthrope 11th Nov 2020, 4:08 AM edit delete reply
LegendaryLycanthrope
and he's wearing a football jersey - no wonder he loves the chair so much

also, that tail is moving so fast it's almost like there's three of them at once
PeterVonBrown 11th Nov 2020, 5:59 AM edit delete reply
PeterVonBrown
Well, it's his trademark outfit (as also seen on page 61), and his name is Billy Athlete, ya' know (page 252) ;)

The 'multi-tail' (comic convention only, it doesn't actually happen) also done by Floyd (page 137).
Moonwolf 11th Nov 2020, 10:19 AM edit delete reply
Always nice to see when everyone gets what they want and is happy. Maybe Billy will become one of Talbots best buddys ^v^.
Indagare 15th Nov 2020, 5:56 PM edit delete reply
Indagare
I just found a related tweet today.
PeterVonBrown 15th Nov 2020, 6:29 PM edit delete reply
PeterVonBrown
Nice. Have you seen the movie The Werewolf of Washington? It's actually not all that bad, but the werewolf is...well, kind of terrible. But otherwise it's well done.
Indagare 15th Nov 2020, 11:04 PM edit delete reply
Indagare
Have not seen it, but it sounds interesting! Yeah, some werewolves are definitely done better than others.
LegendaryLycanthrope 16th Nov 2020, 5:15 AM edit delete reply
LegendaryLycanthrope
*cough*van helsing/goosebumps*cough*

the movie, not the TV show...the werewolves in that were about what you'd expect from a fox kids show produced in the 90s - cheap rubber masks that looked god awful

though, not all rubber masks look terrible - they used one for the shistavanen in the mos eisley cantina scene in star wars ANH (before they went and replaced him with something unimportant in the special edition) and it didn't look especially terrible - though i still much prefer the artist rendition on their wiki page
PeterVonBrown 18th Nov 2020, 6:30 AM edit delete reply
PeterVonBrown
I agree that Van Helsing and Goosebumps{movies} have wonderful 'wolves. Even though (or despite that) they're all CGI. Of course, the best option - use practical F/X in conjunction with the computer F/X. Think how delightful The Howling would be if it had been able to utilize both (which already has terrific 'wolves!) Of course, they're remaking it so maybe we'll get to see that. (Last I heard it will be done by/for Netflix.)