With all the recent news about the possibility of Watchmen prequels, it seemed apt to show some Watchmen cosplay!
Teleute is a cosplayer and artist. Check out her Deviant Art page here.
As always, all photos are copyright their respective creators.
This is a strange one.
I am unfamiliar with Kim Harrison entirely, but when I saw Blood Work at my local library, I figured it would be a safe entry point. It actually isn’t too bad of a book overall. The art is solid and the writing is good. The concept however seems like a rather strange attempt to emulate Laurell K. Hamilton’s “coming out” concept. Much like that series and Charlaine Harris’s writing, I have a hard time buying the conceits (specifically that the world would ever accept actual vampires). Ignoring that however, the story has some interesting ideas and conceits.
Read my full review of Blood Work over at the Examiner.
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