Ranking Evil-The Body Language of True Blood “Villains”

 
 (i will discuss most of the “villians” with the exception of the magister)

 Behind Door Number One We Have… 

MASTER VILLIAN-Russell Edington- Vampire King of Mississippi! 

 

Why is this vampire the master of True Blood villains? Certainly there are those that equal Russell in the pure tendency toward “evil”. However, nobody masters buisness appeal like Russell! Mastering buisness appeal itself has helped Russell control others. Controlling others effortlessly makes for a more masterful villian than any other. 

Russell always manages to command the room (with an upright and wide posture) despite the fact that he may be the smallest, shortest individual/vampire in the room or area: 

 

 

 

Russell commands them like a general from a pedestal (the horse)

Russell always knows how to play the attention of an audience:

Russell commands the werewolves from the "spotlight" of the stage and "embraces" the audience with open hands

Russell always starts with a smile before any “polite” gesture: 

Russell smiles before giving Lorena the first taste of the stripper

 Russell realizes the value of physical contact and a “handshake”: 

Russell tricks Bill into unconciously accepting their agreement through a forced "handshake

  

Russell never loses eye contact when he makes a point, no matter what the other person is saying or doing or who they are: 

  

 

 Russell is the most dangerous and the most evil because he knows how to manipulate others like none other and claim that power in a way that is seemingly “civilzed” no matter how evil or “uncivilized” he actually is. 

Behind Door Number Two We Have QUEEN SOPHIE-ANN: 

Why is Queen Sophie-Ann so dangerous? Like Russell, she possesses the capacity for great selfishness and “evil”  yet her power certainly has nothing to do with mastering her buisness or people skills for sure. Her power comes from PURE VIOLENCE (sexual and physical) and using her feminity to play men against each other, It also comes from playing her own sexuality and the sexuality of others. Her problems come from the magister who cares for none of those factors. 

QSA strikes a demure, feminine post by crossing her legs and sitting below the magister and allows the boys "to fight it out" on her behalf. Eric mistakingly stands over the magister.

QSA uses simultaneous physical violence and sexual violence to control Eric ( simulating choking while she grabs his testicles or kisses him)

 

QSA simulataneously plays on her own sexuality and Bill Compton’s sexuality during his visit to her: 

QSA attempts to entice Bill through her sexuality unembarassingly (holds the open crouch from her companion and invites him into the fantasy with a slight head tilt, open eyes, and a slight smile)

 

  

QSA puts her body on full, open display for Mr.Compton

While this technique makes her (QSA) powerful enough and dangerous (because of the unpredictability and violence), it is a house of cards waiting to come down and not nearly as solid as the king’s power. 

Now for the more minor villians: 

Behind Door Number Three we have Debbie: 

Are you surprised? Wait till you notice these signs… 

Debbie uses overt sexuality to play the men around her against eachother.

 

Debbie has no qualms using violence with Sookie

Notice anything here? DING DING DING! Debbie is the werewolf version of QSA (including the non-body language cues, Debbie has an addiction to V. QSA has an addiction to spending money). 

Behind Door Number Four we have Franklin Mott: 

Franklin's fangs pop out because he is aroused by violence.

Franklins his needs for total domiance by covering Tara's body almost entirely with his and taking her behind during sex

Franklin shows his needs for dominance and sadism by tying her up and covering her body with his again

..and then the obvious...he chokes her

However, Franklin is too insane to be much of a powerful threat on a wide scale (though he is certainly dangerous).  

Finally, are Bill and/or Eric villians? Let us do some photo comparisons… 

Bill shares in an unwilling stripper with animal lust

Eric casually enjoys a willing "blood hooker"

 Bill gets physically violent with women simply bc they annoy him: 

  

 

Eric gets physically violent with the queen in order to save Pam and possibly himself from her “set up” that caused Pam’s torture and might causes their final death: 

  

Really I could go on and on but I think you get the picture concerning both Eric and Bill. 

You Decide. How would you rank “evil” on True Blood?

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  1. #1 by Christine on July 21, 2010 - 10:16 pm

    That was interesting.

    -Russell definitely takes the cake. He’s been scary for a long, long time and knows how to wield his power. uh oh
    -Debbie seems more stable than the Queen but with a lot less power.
    -The Queen is like a spoiled valley girl, has no self control and is the same person in every episode. whiney gets old.
    -Bills physical violence with Lorena has always bothered me. If he will hit one he’ll hit another as we saw with the stripper. Bill is out of control.
    -Franklin is an insane dork (very funny though) and a control freak. He needs to be taken out of the picture.
    -Eric, I’m so biased. But, he’s totally different, in control, uses his head more than flying into a rage and if he does get angry he usually has a good reason (except for overreacting in the dungeon) but we’ve forgiven him for that and got to see a complete view of his vamp side. And he truly cares for more than himself. So far Bill has abused his Maker and abandoned his child. I’d say he’s dangerous too.

    • #2 by talktrueblood on July 21, 2010 - 10:30 pm

      Thank you. I hope you liked it in some way.

      – I was never more terrified by someone saying “Fantastic!”
      – The power is the only thing that seperates Debbie and the queen besides the aspect of the queen’s sexuality.
      – The queen is like a Marie Antoinette, except with all the power of the king (atleast for now)
      – Bill is like a drug addict back on drugs but trying to hide it from someone who would not approve (except it is worse because in his case it involves violence and death).
      -I love Franklin’s character but he is def not a good guy.
      – They are both dangerous…Eric and Bill…but Eric usually wont attack unless attacked himself and/or unless it is necessary. Bill does it for the pure thrill and/or pleasure…which is psychotic.

    • #3 by talktrueblood on July 22, 2010 - 4:09 pm

      It is ok! disagree with me all you want. I welcome any discourse.
      I have a pro bill person that comes here sometimes..haha.
      I agree that Bill did what he had to do but that woman obviously needed an oxygen tank because she lacked exactly that… enough oxygen in her body…and what does blood do in humans?…it carries oxygen.
      Maybe it was just meant to show Bill’s desperation, I have no idea.
      But that very well could have meant Olivia’s death, though that is left open ended or left to interp. (like a lot of things on this show).

    • #4 by talktrueblood on July 22, 2010 - 4:11 pm

      I never said he was brutal with the grandmother as well, just that she was unwilling. He was certainly brutal with the stripper (ann) like I said.

  2. #5 by ENA on July 21, 2010 - 10:24 pm

    Great post!! Loved it and yes RE is the master villan!

    • #6 by talktrueblood on July 21, 2010 - 10:35 pm

      Thank you ENA for coming to my blog and commenting.

      Russell is quite scarey. He can smile and I am scared!

  3. #7 by Enjoying on July 21, 2010 - 10:42 pm

    Thank You all ways come over here to see what wonderful stuff you come up with

    • #8 by talktrueblood on July 21, 2010 - 10:49 pm

      Thank you so much. I always love an encouraging comment.

  4. #9 by Hime on July 21, 2010 - 11:36 pm

    Wow!
    I absolutely love this post.
    Debbie and Sophie Anne have definitely something in common, they are both crazy as monkeys on a trike, lol.
    Power is what makes the difference between the two of them: QSA has a lot of power so she is more confident and loves to play tricks and make fun of her underlings, while Debbie has absolutely no power over people around her, hence she’s scared and full of anger.
    I guess we’ll see soon QSA starting acting more like Debbie when she loses her power.
    Russell is definitely the MOST dangerous because, as you well wrote, he knows very well how to manipulate people with the mask of the hospitable, civilized Southern Gentleman (oh no! Reminds me of someone…). But behind that mask there’s only death.
    He somewhat reminds me of Maryann. Like her, he manipulates people into what he wants to. But Maryann was more primal, Russell is very calculating and smooth in what he does. He is scary.
    TTB, you should make a post about Bill’s and Eric’s body language, especially when they are feeding or when they address themselves to women.

    • #10 by talktrueblood on July 22, 2010 - 12:03 am

      Hime- Thank you!
      I take requests! I will post that blog for you this week before the next episode! I got the Bill/Sookie blog up due to a request. : ) I will even dedicate the blog entry to you.

      I totally agree on QSA and Debbie…

      They also parallel eachother this way:

      Debbie is marrying Coot to gain any semblance or power and maintain her V addiction.

      QSA will marry Russell to maintain any semblance of power and maintain her spending habits/lifestyle.

      Franklin and Bill both have severe abandonment issues as well as personality disorders however Franklin does not try to hide it and Bill does. Bill contains a certain amount of sociopathy as well and Franklin is just plain insane.

      True Royce’s murder was definitely rash but Eric has yet to attack simply because it amuses him or someone was annoying him (like Bill does. Royce was a murderer (though he killed that awful trio, he killed a fangbanger as well). Maybe it was making a little commentary on capitol punishment or vigilante
      justice (this scene).So true…
      Royce and the werewolf were both harmful people.
      (i dont think i need to explain the werewolf)

      Sure, Eric is not totally innocent of feeding on unwilling people (in laffy’s case) but that was certainly preferable to being killed (as most sheriffs would do) and he even healed Laffy later. However bill has killed countless people brutally over the centuries for no reason at all other than his own amusement and stole money for the ring seller in the minisode and fed on a sick unwilling grandmother and then participated in the brutal murder of Ann.

      • #11 by talktrueblood on July 22, 2010 - 12:21 am

        Russell is a big time sociopath of the worst sort!
        Bill is a sociopath but he isn’t very bright so
        his sociopathy works against him and not for him.
        Russell is the best villian… your simulataneously
        interested in him and scared of him at the same time.

        I agree about QSA. Ultimately, she will be as desperate
        as Debbie imo. Read what I wrote to Hime about that and
        I would reply to both of you in much the same way.

        Franklin loves his nature enough to want to turn
        another to make her his vampire companion rather
        than make her “his human.”

        I also wrote this to Hime about Eric:

        Sure, Eric is not totally innocent of feeding on
        unwilling people (in laffy’s case) but that was certainly
        preferable to being killed (as most sheriffs would do)
        and he even healed Laffy later. However bill has killed
        countless people brutally over the centuries for no
        reason at all other than his own amusement and stole money for the ring seller in the minisode and fed on a sick unwilling grandmother
        and then participated in the brutal murder of Ann.

      • #12 by Christine on July 22, 2010 - 2:37 pm

        On this next bit I agree to disagree agreeably. I don’t believe Bill was brutal with the old woman. I believe he was desperate and if it wasn’t her it would be the next available human. He didn’t have a choice, he needed to feed.

    • #13 by talktrueblood on July 22, 2010 - 12:23 am

      I agree about maryann in some ways but she was crazy…probably crazier than Sophie-Ann in some ways.

    • #14 by talktrueblood on July 23, 2010 - 5:24 pm

      I did your eric and bill body language post. come check it out Hime

  5. #15 by Freyja on July 21, 2010 - 11:45 pm

    Good post TTB 🙂 Russell is the most dangerous villain in the show ever. He has the age, the calculative mind and no compassion, he might show compassion but that is only if it is in his favor. He is scary and fascinating!

    QSA shows us the ‘valley girl’ attitude but is really crazy dangerous! If she wasn’t so unpredictable, and money-crazed she would be as dangerous as Russell.

    Debbie is like the white trash QSA, as unpredictable, crazy and dangerous as she. In stead of being money-crazed she is hopped up on V and craves more and more.

    Franklin and Bill have a parallel personality. Bill hides his nature but it’s always lurking in the back… his violence towards his maker, Sookie and Jessica shows just a fraction of what he’s capable of. His no restraint to procure and kill the innocent stripper is also a sign of his nature. And I’m not even talking about the poor old woman with the oxigen tank and the mental obuse he showed the ring saleswoman! Franklin is just crazy and doesn’t hide anything away, in fact he loves his nature, embrazes it. Bringing home young women and clearly killing them in rage, killing old women in slots. Franklin holds nothing back as to Bill tries to hold back or hide but brakes when he’s up against restraint.

    Eric has only once lost control of his temper that we have seen. That is with Royce the vampire/fangbanger killer. That is of course not excusable, because a little silver cross is not a match for him. But it clearly kicked in the warrior instinct. We know that Godric and Eric traveled the battlefields feeding on the dead and dying. And what we know of Godric is that if he killed, he killed swiftly (Erics men), I guess he would have taught his child to go the Godrics way when the nessesity to kill comes. He killed the were in Sookies house very quickly and neither the were or Royce were innocent harmless people.

    • #16 by talktrueblood on July 22, 2010 - 5:06 pm

      Thank you Freyja!
      Sorry one of the posts that was meant for you got sent to
      Hime on accident I believe.

      So far we can say that Eric only kills or attacks out
      of necessity and/or after being attacked himself.
      I doubt he would/will actually hurt Hadley when he uses
      her as bait but if he simulated hurting her at all it
      would be because he had to to save Pam (much like Bill
      fed on poor ol’ Olivia because he had to).
      Bottom line: Royce was a murderer(he killed a fangbanger
      in addition to the trio) and I think what Eric did
      might have been a commentary on vigilante justice
      and/or capitol punishment.

      See what I wrote to hime and the qsa and the debbie
      connection.

      Franklin is Bill without the mask or the manipulative
      restraint. Bill enjoys “old bill” even though he
      covers it up because it somehow supposedly “bothers”
      him. Bill would be Franklin without longing for his
      humanity and trying to change for Sookie.

  6. #17 by anna on July 22, 2010 - 7:11 am

    Another brilliant post, thank you. It’s so good to have it made clear how and why the actor’s body language has the effect it does. It’s such a learned and subliminal response that unless you’ve been trained to pick up or project these kinds of things it’s easy to miss out on the subtleties.

  7. #18 by anna on July 22, 2010 - 7:27 am

    meant to write learnt not learned!

  8. #19 by Bobsgran on July 22, 2010 - 3:49 pm

    Love the post. My vote goes to RE for all the reasons stated. A close second for me is the Magister. Wish we knew more about him. He did say in S1 that he learned his “craft” during the inquisition. There is a quiet menace about him and the zeal of a fanatic.

    • #20 by talktrueblood on July 22, 2010 - 4:30 pm

      It is hard to gather the magister’s body language due to his lack of screen time (other than sitting in a throne of some sort and torturing)…but obviously the magister has a very high opinion of himself and has convinced most other vamps around him to have the same opinion somehow so he is masterful and commands a presence in that respect.
      Obviously the magister is evil/ self-centered enough to change humans against their will, see humans as nothing more than pets, torture and kill vamps over selling vampire blood simply because it amuses him and gives him some self righteous pleasure.

      The magister conveys the same presence that Russell has without the same charm (that is what sets them apart power wise).
      Unfortunately (if the magister if killed by Russell), his death will not go ignored because there will be those that held him in some kind of esteem despite the fact that he was a tyrant.

      • #21 by LLE on July 22, 2010 - 6:31 pm

        All vampires think human are pets and food. Eric and Pam think all humans are pet and they feed off them. Eric and Pam do enjoy drinking from unwilling. The magister is probably good vampires and his job is that all vampires follow the rules and when they break the rules they get punished. I don’t think the magister is evil at all.

      • #22 by talktrueblood on July 22, 2010 - 6:40 pm

        This is true of most humans and vampires, I will not deny that. Eric probably wanted Sookie for a pet too until he got to know her and so did Bill. They genuinely care for her now. The problems with the magister’s agenda is it is very old school. This is the generation of the AVL and attitudes are changing. The problem with the magister if that he will not ever change his position and he wont expand his rules to meet the realities of the present. Eric and Pam have drunk from the unwilling when it was a torture technique for whatever reason (like in laffy’s case). However, they don’t just go around randomly killing for sport and personal pleasure like people like Russell and Lorena had Bill participate in.
        But the reality is that Pam and Eric keep “pets” and probably drink from those “pets”..people like ginger and what not who are probably willing like Ginger is.
        I think the magister definitely submits his own agenda. I don’t think he is selflessly defending the good of all vampires. It is about his own power and the sadistic pleasure he gets out of torturing others. I think that is evidence that at the very least the magister is a power hungry ego maniac and he is probably evil is well.
        But we are all entitled to our opinions here.

      • #23 by LLE on July 22, 2010 - 8:50 pm

        Does Bill really care for her? Bill is a serial killer and sooner or later he can turn on her. Bill in the book treated Sookie like a pet when he was involved with her. Sookie lands in the hospital and it would not surprised me that Bill did it. Bill in the book 3 almost drained Sookie and rape after it in the trunk. It would not be in a trunk but when she rescue him.

        The magister is a powerful guy and way too much power and that can corrupt anybody.

  9. #24 by anna on July 22, 2010 - 5:05 pm

    I know the Magister should be really scary but whenever I hear the word Inquisition I can’t help thinking of Monty Python and the three cardinals bursting into the room with Michael Palin saying:
    “NOBODY expects the Spanish Inquisition! Our chief weapon is surprise…surprise and fear…fear and surprise…. Our two weapons are fear and surprise…and ruthless efficiency…. Our *three* weapons are fear, surprise, and ruthless efficiency…and an almost fanatical devotion to the Pope…. Our *four*…no… *Amongst* our weapons…. Amongst our weaponry…are such elements as fear, surprise…. I’ll come in again.”

    • #25 by Bobsgran on July 22, 2010 - 5:13 pm

      Oh dear. Now I won’t be able to see the Magister without thinking of Monty Python. I don’t think he has a sense of humour or sees the bright side of life.

      • #26 by talktrueblood on July 22, 2010 - 5:27 pm

        or his “undead” life

      • #27 by anna on July 22, 2010 - 5:58 pm

        RE seems to me to be the leader of a cult centered on himself and with V as the symbol of the mind control or brainwashing that cults tend to use. In his case he seems to be using addiction as opposed to fear with his followers, at least so far. But then if people follow anything blindly they hand over control to someone or something else. Generally speaking, all (organised) religions tend to use the same techniques. I think I’ll stop there…

      • #28 by talktrueblood on July 22, 2010 - 6:05 pm

        i agree with you.
        I want to write an article about it all.

    • #29 by talktrueblood on July 22, 2010 - 5:28 pm

      hahahahahha me either bobsgram!

      • #30 by anna on July 22, 2010 - 6:41 pm

        Looking forward to reading it and probably adding a comment or two, if that’s OK. There’s a fair amount of diversity in “protestanism” and some of its off-shots were pretty fundamentalist, think of Cromwell and the Puritans among others. Not sure if it can be seen as a metaphor for Catholicism versus the Reformation or if it’s a more general critique of any kind of cult, both sacred or profane.
        With RE it seems to be mainly about gaining control and consolidating his power base by making himself the central focus and source (think of any dictator). Initiations rites, the branding of insignia there’s a lot to write about. Have fun!

      • #31 by talktrueblood on July 22, 2010 - 6:51 pm

        Well it stems from that first crack in the catholic church.
        Oh but RE is def a cult unto himself and that will be made clear. However, he still has rules and a “relgiious ideology.” It would not be total rebellion against all rules, but rather a different set of rules..different ideas of the sacred and the profane.
        I think the magister is a metephor for the “old tradition” and almost a symbol for the stagnation and corruption of the catholic church.

        Of course, you know I love comments! : )
        I am writing another body language article right now as we speak but I don’t know when it will be out tonight though it should be out after a while.

  10. #32 by anna on July 22, 2010 - 5:25 pm

    Seriously though, the Magister seems to be mainly concerned with the sacredness of vampires’ blood which is why he is against it being sold and would put him in opposition to RE. If he was involved in the inquisition the parallel might be with upholding a kind of ” true faith” and “orthodoxy” which had been established over the centuries and needed to be imposed on all those who were or became vampires. Nan Flanagan’s body language might also be interesting to analyse as she seems to be both spin doctor & enforcer.

    • #33 by talktrueblood on July 22, 2010 - 5:32 pm

      Maybe this whole thing is a metaphor for the catholic church versus a type of “protestantism!” I was thnking of writing a theory based on that.
      Russell sees himself as type of religion unto himself!

      • #34 by Bobsgran on July 22, 2010 - 5:40 pm

        That subject is ringing a bell TTB.

    • #35 by Bobsgran on July 22, 2010 - 5:35 pm

      Oh yeah, Nan’s body language could be really interesting. The 2 persona she projects, TV Nan and the other {{shiver}} Nan. Even her appearance is different. If TTB decides it’s worth a look I’m sure to enjoy her pov.

      • #36 by talktrueblood on July 22, 2010 - 5:38 pm

        I think an article about Nan would be good once she shows up again but it could be done a little earlier.

  11. #37 by just an opinionated hack on July 22, 2010 - 5:53 pm

    Russell is the most evil because he is a psychopath and therefore, by definition, incapable of feeling any sort of remorse for his limitless evil. I think that is what makes someone the most evil of all.

    • #38 by talktrueblood on July 22, 2010 - 5:57 pm

      True but what makes him as “master” is his controlled way of dealing with others (his buisness skills).

  12. #39 by anna on July 22, 2010 - 7:03 pm

    I’ll save any more comments for later!

  13. #41 by Sarah on July 22, 2010 - 9:44 pm

    As always a fantastic analysis!
    I can fully understand the packmaster concerning RE: Run like hell!
    This man gives me the creeps, he is like an totalitarian leader who wants to own his minions in every possible sense: Their bodies, their hearts and their brains. I wonder about his relationship with Talbott. I suppose that Russel refuses to see Talbott as emancipated parter, he prefers him as 1950 housewife who provides a comfortable home and unlimited loyality. Talbott on the other hand benefits from the material advantages that he enjoys like all women of dictators did in history.
    I also liked you observations of Debby and QSA, especially how you showed the way they use sex in order to achieve their gains. This is something I don´t fully approve in the show: AB has changed the original character of SA, in the books she was a female RE, a real Machiavellian politican. AB made her a Paris Hilton parody, using the old stereotypes of the carnal, sensual woman and the reasonable man. How exciting could have been a duell between two old and experienced chess players QSA and RE?
    I am looking towards an analysis of Nan Flanagan, too. Due to her name i guess she is from Ireland and i wonder about her possibe connection to RE and her own hidden agenda.

    • #42 by talktrueblood on July 22, 2010 - 10:48 pm

      Thank you Sarah!
      I just posted yet another entry just minutes after this comment.

      Oh yes…Russell and Talbot’s relationship parallels and Steve and Sarah’s even though R and T are obviously supposedly the exact opposite of S and S.
      They both argue about the power in their relationship…Talbot wants to be that good “woman” behind Russell as much as Sarah wants to be that to Steve.
      Yet, just like Sarah, Talbot is left in the background of a floundering marriage.
      He will cheat on Russell just as Sarah cheated on Steve, thinking that Eric is some “special” saving grace for him. Russell will mistakingly embrace Eric just as Steve mistakingly embraced Jason. It goes on and on.

      Nan will cause more problems for herself and everyone in the future I suppose. Nan is a true chess player.

  14. #43 by anna on July 22, 2010 - 9:56 pm

    Glad you picked up on the dictator aspect too. The scene in the club is reminds me of a rally where everyone pledges allegiance to a cause, add the insignia and the cult of personality and the echoes of other historical figures are unmistakable, at least to me.

    • #44 by Sarah on July 22, 2010 - 10:23 pm

      I study political science and i fear i might become something like a nerd 🙂 Glad that you mentioned it, too.
      The pledging had both medival and autoritarian elements which makes perfect sense if you take into account a) Russells backstory b) the fact that autoritarian leaders love to associate themselves with long gone golden ages (in contrast with present time that is perceived as decadent and powerless, a shadow of the glorified past).
      And yes, there are countless historical parallels, I especially associate RE and Talbott with the Ceausecos in Romania or Mussolini and his lover in fascist Italy. The big remaining question is how much RE himself absorbed this ideology. Is it only a useful mean or does he really feel like an almighty ruler?

      • #45 by talktrueblood on July 22, 2010 - 11:02 pm

        I have taken a lot of political science classes myself so i think we are all in good company here!

        I think he really feels like an almighty ruler.

    • #46 by talktrueblood on July 22, 2010 - 10:51 pm

      Oh yes, it is a cult of personality rally and it could have the destruction of that such cults of personality often have.

  15. #47 by anna on July 22, 2010 - 11:03 pm

    You don’t sound anything like a nerd to me. I think for RE it’s a bit of both. He’s been around for a very long time and is obviously very astute and powerful.
    No matter how canny people are with enough power and adulation they can start to believe that they are invincible and that can sow the seeds of their downfall. Didn’t this happen with the Ceauşescus?
    For some reason the following came into my head and I don’t go in for speculation at all normally but maybe this could play a part in his downfall (if the writers decide to kill him off that is). The spoilers tell us that he has much bigger plans and also that Talbot is killed. RE then swears vengeance on his enemies. Will his long attachment to Talbot cloud him emotionally? Since Eric is also looking for vengeance it’ll be interesting to see if/how the writers contrast the two.
    Thanks for making me thik, but it’s a bit late and my brain’s a bit woolly…

  16. #48 by sunnynala on July 23, 2010 - 5:57 pm

    Awesome piece Katya, perfectly illustrated!

    • #49 by talktrueblood on July 23, 2010 - 8:11 pm

      Thank you Sunny! I always appreciate your encouragement.

  17. #50 by Tavia on July 25, 2010 - 3:55 am

    I love this! Our sweet innocent Eric…a villian? NEVER! 😉

    • #51 by talktrueblood on July 25, 2010 - 5:06 am

      Thank you Tavia and thank you again for stopping by and commenting..

      and yes…NEVER! haha ; )

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