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I have had the scripts for these lil comics in my list with tma ideas for literally over a year now, since I first watched WWDITS (which tells you something about how effectively I actually use that list 😅) but i think now the time is ripe to actually do something with them
[Image ID: 2 comics drawn in simple black sketches on white backgrounds.
The first comic has 2 images/panels. First image: Jon, a thin man with long dark hair in a ponytail, a beard, round scars on his face, and square glasses, is standing next to Nandor, a tall man with long black hair hanging around his shoulders, a beard, and fangs. Jon wears a coat over a turtleneck, Nandor wears a cloak. In text bubbles, Nandor asks: “So, how did you meet your familiar Melvin?” Jon, annoyed: “His name is Martin, and he’s not my familiar.”
Second image: Jon stands up straighter, he smiles, his eyes closed. “He’s my boyfriend.” Nandor is scratching his chin, thinking. “Ohhh. I was not aware you could do this with your familiar.” End of first comic.
The comics are separated by a black line.
The second comic has 4 images/panels. First image: Jon, looking the same as in the first comic, stands next to Martin, a taller fat man with short hair, a patchy beard, and freckles. He wears a hoodie. Jon says: “I still can’t believe they thought I’m a vampire.” Martin: “I mean... Aren’t you, though? A little bit?”
Second image: Jon looks questioningly at Martin: “Explain?” Martin, smiling and motioning with his hands: “Well, Guillermo told me that there’s more than one kind of vampire. There’s the classis bloodsucking type, like Nandor, but there’s also kinds like an ‘energy vampire’, which feeds on people’s emotions just by being near them and annoying them.”
Third image: Martin, smiling a bit slyly now, continues: “So technically, a vampire is just any person who is sustained by something only other humans make, including feelings. Sooo...”
Final image: Jon grimaces, shocked, his eyes wide. He's grasping his forehead with one hand. "Shit. I'm a vampire." /End ID]
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I do have some kind of justification for why Jon would show up weird on polaroids (as opposed to digital media, when in tma it’s often vice versa) but to be honest, the actual justification is “because it’s funnier”.
[Image ID: Jon is frowning, trying to grab the photo, which Martin has passed to his other hand. Martin is smiling, eyes closed. Jon: “I... I’m sorry it’s ruined. I’ll just, toss it-” Martin: “No, its - I want to keep it. I think it’s a good photo.” /End ID]
[Image ID: A digital comic drawn as black on white lineart, featuring Jon and Martin, consisting of 9 images, one panel per image. Throughout, Martin is a fat, white man, with short hair and freckles. He’s wearing an open jacket over a hoodie, and small round earrings. Jon is a smaller South Asian man with long, wavy hair, a beard, and glasses. He’s wearing a long coat. He’s covered in small scars. First image: Jon is leaning over a fence, holding out a handful of grass towards a long-haired cow. Martin is standing next to him, wearing a backpack, saying: “Oh! Jon, don’t move, I need to grab something.” Above Jon, gray, smaller text reads: “Yes, come here, here’s some fresh... grass?” Second image: Martin is kneeling while reaching into his backpack, saying: “I know I put it in here somewhere...” Jon is standing behind him, looking a bit confused, dropping the grass. Third image: Same composition as the previous. Martin is holding up a polaroid camera, saying “A-ha!” Jon, behind him, laughs. Martin: “What?” Jon: “Nothing, just- you would have a polaroid camera.” Fourth image: Martin is standing, holding the camera in two hands, smiling. “Yes, yes, ha ha - you know, I actually bought it years ago? But the refills are quite expensive, and I could never find anything to photograph that justified using it.” From off-screen: “Until now?” Martin: “Exactly.” Fifth image: Martin is holding up the camera in one hand, his other arm around Jon, who also has his arm around Martin. They’re leaning against the fence, behind them is the cow. Martin: “Now, say cheese!” A piece of paper is coming out of the camera. Sixth image: Laughing, Martin is keeping away a piece of paper from Jon, who is also smiling and reaching for it. Jon says: “You do know that shaking the photo doesn’t make it go faster, right?” Martin: “Jon, you are not going to take shaking the polaroid picture away from me.” The cow is still standing behind them. Seventh image: Same composition as previous. Martin has lowered the paper, Jon lowered his arm. Martin: “Okay, I think that should probably have been long enough? Let’s see what we’ve got.” Eighth image: We see the photo Martin took, his hand holding it, and Jon's hand, reaching for it. The photo shows everything the same as image five, except in Jon’s place is a big, black, staticy shape, with several realistic eyes placed in it. Ninth image: Jon, Martin, and the cow are all staring at the paper with baffled expressions, their eyes drawn as simple black circles with white centers. /End ID]
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