I'm excited. After seeing your Daredevil drawings, I'm finally going to read Mark Waid's run. Scratch that, I'm scared. I've been reading indie comics for so long, that I think I might burn to ash if I go back to Marvel. I beseech thee, Flatbear, to give me the strength to love Matt Murdock's beautiful parkour... pretty please?
YOU CAN DO IT MY DARLING. This is a GREAT book to start out on. Gorgeous, non-traditional art, a great take on a character, and interesting stories. Very self-contained.
You can do it. And remember - THIS ISN’T A PHASE FRANK PARKOUR IS MY LIFE NOW.
i was babysitting a little boy and girl once and the boy asked me if i had a boyfriend and i said “no!! but i have a girlfriend!” and he said “like a friend thats a girl?” and i said “no like a boyfriend but they’re a girl instead of a boy! we still do couple things but we’re just both girls” and he said, without missing a beat, “oh ok! are you gonna marry her?”
like it’s literally that easy for kids to understand
Children > Adults
Yeah it’s literally this easy. My boss’s five-year-old took exactly two seconds to understand that my wife is like her mom’s husband. It’s exactly the same. My wife is just like her dad. And then she was WAY MORE CONCERNED with where her milkshake was.
:o I have never seen shepherds pie that looked like that, I can has recipe?
Yes indeed! Very simple.
Throw a pound of beef/mutton/lamb in a pan and brown it thoroughly. Put in a deep pie dish to the side. Throw a few cups of frozen veggies into the pan with the meat drippings and toss around until they’re mostly thawed. Chuck in the same pie dish and set to the side.
Put a cup of water in the previously-held-veggies pan and get it simmering. Throw in a packet of gravy mix, a few splashes of worcester sauce and a dash of red wine. Cook until slightly thickened.
Chuck the meat and the veggies back into the pan with the gravy. Mix it all around. Throw in a little water if it’s not saucey enough.
At this point, because I like HELLA FLAVOR, I throw in some condensed veggie stock. A couple of cubes, or a few tablespoons, or whatever. However much you like.
While this is simmering away, chop up two big potatoes and boil them away. When they’re mashing-soft, throw in 4oz of cream cheese, a handfull of shredded chedder cheese, some garlic and a BUTTLOAD OF SALT.
Put the meat and veg back into the pie pan, smear the potatoes all over that shit, sprinkle the top with some chives and more chedder, then put it a medium oven (375f-ish) until the top is nice and bubbly.
SO HELLA GOOD. And the sauce is tasty enough that you can make it meat-free!