That I’ve stumbled onto the last couple weeks. The Bottom — who actually has a horse-head that, in the dark, could maybe be a cow elk — is from the manga A Midsummer Night’s Dream done by Kate Brown, and the deer-woman’s from Carmen Maria Machado’s The Low, Low Woods. Presumably she wrote something like ‘deer/human monster, female,’ and then Dani, the artist, realized it:

Most of the camera roll on my phone is either dead animals I find out in the world, trucks I cruise real slow by in parking lots, or comic panels I want to keep close forever. Here’s the latest, from Old Man Logan, by Andrea Sorrentino and Jeff Lemire:

The layers of this moment, right? This is Logan getting shot, which is a very kinetic story moment, but of course comic book panels aren’t animated gifs, they’re static, so the artist has to suggest ‘motion&…

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