After Cuba, Charles isolates himself from the world, while Erik rages against it with his brotherhood. Eventually their paths will cross again, forcing them to face all they have lost.
There can only be one winner on the chessboard. But maybe the world is not all that black and white…
Let me announce my new project:
Remis is a Charles/Erik centric comic that follows the events of the film.
I will start updating next week; new pages will be posted here, on my website and on AO3. I’ll update roughly once a week, depending on when I’ll get the next pages done.
I hope you’ll join me for the next couple of weeks.
I’m looking forward to posting this a lot. ♥
Probably my favorite thing about Bob’s Burgers is that they don’t do that thing where the characters try to one-up each other with an endless barrage of jokes? No, the characters react like actual people instead. They actually laugh or chuckle when somebody says something actually funny and/or weird. They stop mid-sentence. They do double-takes. And it all feels so very natural, because that is exactly what common people do. And that is such a refreshing change of pace, when you consider the fact that the norm in these things is to have jokes relentlessly thrown at you at break-necking speed.
also the comedy doesn’t rely on the parents hating and berating eachother idk i love that
it shows how you don’t need to be offensive to be funny
general banter is the best way to write dialogue
[Single and alone, Erik hires a cuddler for all his cuddling needs.]
Relationships were a tricky business. One needed to smile to one’s partner, communicate with them, find time to spend with them, spend money on them, etc. Essentially, they weren’t worth the effort.
Erik Lehnsherr had been through enough relationships to know that they never lasted more than three months. His longest one had been three months and a day and that’s because she’d been in America while he’d been in Japan on a business trip. Time differences, it seemed, counted.