sekhmet2002

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About sekhmet2002

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    DetGoth II
  • Birthday 02/25/1968

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    Female
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    Engaged
  • Location
    Toledo, Ohio
  • Interests
    Horror movies, magick, video games, animals
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  1. It sounds interesting. I'll have to look for it.
  2. The Vampire Diaries
  3. I wish I had an answer. I could greatly benefit from understanding this myself.
  4. Ugh, there goes what little decent sleep I get. DLST always messes me up for weeks.
  5. I was so sad to hear of this. Bernie was an amazing artist and a really nice guy. I had the pleasure of meeting him and spending a weekend at Motor City Comicon with him. He was very funny too. I shall miss him greatly.
  6. Bernie Wrightson, the prolific horror comic book artist, died on Sunday after a long battle with brain cancer, his wife announced on his official website. He was 68. Wrightson is best known for co-creating the DC Comics monster Swamp Thing with Len Wein in 1971. The character would go on to be the subject of Wes Craven’s 1982 cult horror classic. The illustrator began his career as a freelance artist for the Baltimore Sun at the age of 18. He joined DC Comics two years later, going by “Berni” in his early professional work. Wrightson’s many other projects include a 1983 version of Mary Shelley’s “Frankenstein,” released by Marvel and comprised of 50 ink illustrations. He also illustrated the comic book adaptation of the Stephen King-written horror film “Creepshow.” He worked as a conceptual artist on movies such as “Galaxy Quest,” “Ghostbusters,” and “Land of the Dead.” Wrightson was known for his vivid attention to detail, and took on the works of such authors as Edgar Allen Poe and H.P. Lovecraft. He released his own interpretations of other famous superheros, including Spider-Man and Batman.
  7. So sad. He was a great musician and creator. He seems to have really had a vision for the future of music.
  8. 10:23pm - Who's Online 3 Members, 0 Anonymous, 8 Guests (See full list) sekhmet2002 Draco1958 TronRP
  9. I will be there and am requesting a card, please.
  10. I will be there and am requesting a card, please.