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In case you missed it — because it’s really just too good to miss — the picture of Athena promoting Scott Westerfeld’s new vampire book Peeps: Now, you ask, from what side of the family does that look come from? Let’s ask her mother, shall we? Hmmm. On second thought, you know, let’s not. Unless […]

In case you missed it — because it’s really just too good to miss — the picture of Athena promoting Scott Westerfeld’s new vampire book Peeps:

Now, you ask, from what side of the family does that look come from? Let’s ask her mother, shall we?

Hmmm. On second thought, you know, let’s not. Unless you’ve got some garlic handy.

By John Scalzi

I enjoy pie.

15 replies on “Where It Comes From”

Creepy kid pictures really really freak me out, John. For some people it’s spiders, for others clowns; for me, the one way to guarantee a creepy crawly feeling up and down my spine is a picture of or a movie or story about creepy, scary evil little children.

Another thought: You should do a READ poster for the ALA, in a similar vein.

They apparently offer or sell kits which include template materials so that libraries can create posters that follow the design, but with different photographs.

ok, honestly? that scared the crap out of me. i’m going to go remove all the japanese horror movies i recently added to my netflix queue for extra measure.

huuuaaaahhhh! *shuddering*

ps- how did ya do the eyes? thats pretty sweet! yet still creepy!! wow..pretty M-azin wat technology can do these days..haha..I want to be a VAMPIRE! the book Peeps was an extremly good book! as was Twilight! heehee! Dude, my heart is pounding outta my chest! thats sooo scary! The mom isnt as creepy as the poor child. haha! I’ve got my nose in The Last Days right now! soo yeah..i think vampires r coolio! bi bi..thats an extremly long post! hahaha

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