Theatre of the Bloody Tongue by Microraptor Page 2

19th May 2020, 2:45 PM in Theatre Exchange 2020
Theatre of the Bloody Tongue by Microraptor Page 2
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JammyTheBirb 19th May 2020, 2:45 PM
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Stilldown 19th May 2020, 4:26 PM
Stilldown
Don't worry Peter, Dracula didn't die that way in any version of the story... And we can forgive Kanny that she couldn't get an original 1940ies Cadillac hubcab that fast. (Now I recall, as a child, I wrote a SF puppet schoolplay and used a loudspeaker I've salvaged probably from an old radio as UFO hanging from a fishing rod.)
But actually, I have written a comic where Peter finally gets accepted in Ariane's Theater crew (to explain his presence in the crossover project), but haven't managed to draw it yet.
Microraptor 20th May 2020, 2:55 PM
Microraptor
Running him over with a car would be... a rather weird way to kill a vampire. (Perhaps it would work if the car is a garlic transporter?)
Though actually, I intended this to be an allusion to this scene from Plan 9.

Due to the theater premise of this Crossover Exchange, continuing Peter's storyline was the obvious choice - and thus also the reason why I chose Emily instead for my guest comic for you, since I didn't want those two comics to be too similar.
Stilldown 20th May 2020, 4:07 PM
Stilldown
Although often labeled as on of the worst movies (by whom?), I found that Plan 9 from outer space was much more entertaining (not even in a bad way) then many SF movies made in the same time by studios which had a much larger (but still very small) budget and professional staff. Certainly there's no Harryhausen to do the suberb tricks (in restored Harryhausen movies, we finally see how good they really are), but Ed Woods effects aren't really worse then in many other movies I saw, and some of the dialoguess had more wit as in Harryhausen movies.
PS: As many cars had wooden body parts (a few even wooden frames), overrunning might drive a stake through his chest...