flake_sake (flake_sake) wrote,

Stuff of fannish interest

There are five new pictures from the upcoming Buffy Tarot online! I can't help being excited, I adore this kind of merchandise :)
They can be seen here. It also says that there is going to be full deck of 78 cards, which is kind of cool. I guess the minor Arcana are only going to be symbols but at least the royal cards of each color might be very interesting. The fanged four would make a brilliant row for the swords I think. I'll have to make an update to my tarot post once in a while :)

I hope I'll be able to get my hands on the thing over here...

They put the first slayer on The Fool, probably because she is used by the shadow men, but I still think there would have been better choices for the card.

Willow is The High Priestess as was to be expected and I think the card turned out very pretty.

The master is on The Wheel of Fortune and his crushed bones are beneath it. I didn't see that coming but I like the idea a lot. It works great with the meaning of the card.

I think there is Buffy's face on The Sun. Instead of the usual child on the card there is a dusting vampire on it. I had hoped they would do something like this.

Unfortunately it's not Glory's tower on The Tower but at least Buffy is diving down from it the same way she jumped in the show. Usually there is more than one person falling from the tower, so it would have been cool if Spike had been on it too. Pity.

The first page of the Spike comic is here. Looks cool. God I can't wait for this comic to finally come out.

I just read that the Doctor's daughter is going to be on Sarah Jane next season. Sounds neat and much better than what would have happened if she showed her kung-fu barbie head on Torchwood.
Tags: buffy, comics, doctor who, sarah jane, spike, tarot

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