Not sure why Brett Booth is currently drawing his men rather foppishly. He's drawn some stunning guys in his day. Might have to dig up copies of The Kindred from Image and send you some scans of his version of Grifter.His run on Backlash also had lots of treats in it
those pictures are not of Jean Claude, but of Asher. Totally different Vampire.
winter, I still like Booth's art.but I do agree that his older stuff was better. Not as manga-infuenced as it is now. I'm gonna post some in the future.sean, Oops! Thanks for the correction.
Ok people that is NOT Asher, Asher has golden blond hair and holy water scares running down the left side of his body Asher doesnt even come into play in the comic books yet!!!!That is Aubrey a very minor vamp.As for why Brett is drawing his men this way, that is how they are described in the books and how Laurell ok'd them
Ok people that is NOT Asher, Asher has golden blond hair and holy water scares running down the left side of his bodyAsher doesnt even come into play in the comic books yet!!!!That is Aubrey a very minor vamp. Only in the first book.
How can that be ASHER??? Asher is BLONDE!! and has The Holy Water scars across half of his face.This guy his perfect, and Light brown hair!!
Those arent of Asher. First of all, Asher doesnt come in till the 6th book i think, and he has gold hair, (not brown) and has holy water scars all down one half of his body, (face included). And he doesnt wear those kinds of clothes. These pictures are of Jean-Claude.
Are you sure thats Aubrey? Doesnt Aubrey have brown eyes?
I am posstive this is Aubrey. I have the trade paper backs + the original books I checked both of them its Aubrey.
Aubrey is right. Asher comes into the story in Burnt offerings, not Guilty Pleasures.
This whole style seems like 'men as chippendales dancers' to me. Not realistic in any way, but, compellingly sexy.
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