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28th Sep 2021, 12:00 AM in Old and new comics from AEP
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Ariane Eldar 28th Sep 2021, 12:00 AM
Ariane Eldar
Finally my Lazy artist went back to ink here.

So please vote for me:

Theater Of The Bloody Tongue

Ariane's Private Place

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SchipLover 28th Sep 2021, 1:06 AM
SchipLover
Oh, oh! Ariane has that thoughtful look again.
Ariane Eldar 28th Sep 2021, 8:52 AM
Ariane Eldar
Hihihi, maybe you can guess why...
SchipLover 28th Sep 2021, 3:11 PM
SchipLover
Mischief is imminent!
Ariane Eldar 28th Sep 2021, 3:33 PM
Ariane Eldar
Good mischief is an art.
SchipLover 29th Sep 2021, 1:12 AM
SchipLover
MMMmmmm, define "good", LOL.
Ariane Eldar 29th Sep 2021, 9:05 AM
Ariane Eldar
Good means it is fun-fun.
Toorambunctious1 28th Sep 2021, 6:15 AM
Toorambunctious1
🧐 the plot thickens
Ariane Eldar 28th Sep 2021, 8:53 AM
Ariane Eldar
Yes, an important-important character was still missing...
Stilldown 28th Sep 2021, 9:01 AM
Stilldown
And about references.
The shopkeeper is based on the popular chalkware bust of Uriah Heep (the Dicken's character, not the band), while the quote "Lady In Black" refers to the song of course.
The background decoration in the last two panels is symbolic, as you might guess. (Decameron.)
Most readers here will know who Jospeph Curwen is, but that miskatonic wizard is played by Vincent Price here.
Toorambunctious1 28th Sep 2021, 10:44 AM
Toorambunctious1
HAHA ! THAT'S A FUNNY BACKGROUND STORY. BECAUSE FOR A SECOND THERE . I THOUGHT THAT I MIGHT OF HELPED YOU TO COME UP WITH HER NICKNAME . (WHEN I SAID THAT. I'M GLAD TO SEE THAT YOU 'RE BACK TO BEING THE LADY IN BLACK.. I SHOULD'VE KNOWN THAT YOU WOULDN'T HAVE STAYED IN THE OTHER DRESS FOR TOO LONG )ON STEAMPUNK. I HAD NO IDEA THAT WAS A SONG MUST'VE BEEN BEFORE MY TIME NO OFFENSE.
Guest 28th Sep 2021, 12:07 PM
The song is by the band Uriah Heep, so it is one of the typical multicoded references, as the shopkeeper is an personification of the character Uriah Heep by Charles Dickens..
Toorambunctious1 28th Sep 2021, 12:23 PM
Toorambunctious1
Oops my bad . I forgot that Uriah heep was in David Copperfield. Because I haven't read that one in awhile.