Also good for the kids. They encourage having slow readers read to the family pets. A dog will listen to a kid read a whole book one damn sssyl-la——-ble at a time, and it will never get frustrated, or correct their pronunciation, or start playing Angry Bird because it can’t stand listening to the slowness any more. The dog will look at the kid approvingly, because, human. Human is talking. Human is interacting.
So this is a great win-win.
I’m taking this as a compliment to Elementary.
Not Featuring A Dude Who Makes Rape Jokes is `100% a compliment.
Not mayo on white bread.
Not a show helmed by a dude so racist he regurgitates Yellow Peril conspiracy theories circa 1898.
Not a show that reduces WOC to antagonistic shrews/wilting lotus flowers but rather casts a WOC in the lead to totally pwn a white British supervillain that tries to reduce her to a ‘mascot’
Not a show that constantly queerbaits its viewers and mocks them for daring to interpret the characters as anything other than cishet men.
a show featuring 100% canon trans and gay characters that handles them like real human beings
a show that turns misogynistic tropes on their heads
a show that calls its white male protagonists out on his shit
a show with an adaptation of sherlock who praises women
a show with flawless writing that showcases how women actually act
do i really need to go on
A show that doesn’t spoon feed you mysteries with super special effects
A show where Watson and Sherlock are friends on equal levels rather than making Watson the underdog
A show that understands the audience is just as important as the characters and allows them the chance to connect and deduce on their own
A show that shows Sherlock as a man completely capable of having a heart, but having too much pride to show it
A show with strong character development that stays consistent
A typographic poster for one of my favorite Dr. Seuss quotes. Had a lot of fun working on the hand-lettering and trying to meld it with the illustration…..a new series is forming! This one was done start to finish digitally which I feel so-so about, for the next one I plan to work with more traditional media.