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And here we go for the Armand Appreciation Week.

Officially, there has been comics versions of a few of Anne Rice's novels, among which "Interview With the Vampire" and "The Vampire Lestat".

Unofficially, there's been a doujinshi (Japanese fan-art comics - or manga, rather) that is even more rare.

And there are the movies, of course.

But all of these aren't always fully enough to picture Armand.

So when I see a young-looking pretty character with wavy auburn hair, I just stop in my tracks and take notes, for future inspiration.

This is one of those (nothing much to do with Armand apart from the looks, though) :

From Sandman's book 8, "Worlds' End", tale "Hob's Leviathan"

Writing : Neil Gaiman
Art : Michael Zulli and Dick Giordano

Character : Jim, the ship's boy who saw the Sea Snake.


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Sep. 5th, 2005 06:29 am (UTC)

I just read that chapter tonight. o_o

'cept "Jim"'s really a she. But yeyyyyyyyy.
Sep. 5th, 2005 06:36 am (UTC)
I know, but I didn't want to spoil people :)

And ALL the characters who I ever found and thought "Hey, they look kinda like Armand!" turned out to be girls ^^;,, Poor Armand.
Sep. 5th, 2005 07:06 am (UTC)
xD!! Well, he was supposed to be beautiful... ^_^
Sep. 5th, 2005 05:25 pm (UTC)
And guys can't be beautiful? ;)

I mean, they could portray *boys* every once in a while.
But nope. Young, pretty, wavy auburn hair are aways girls. Go figure.

Like this one :

"Always", by Dave Dorman
Sep. 6th, 2005 02:10 am (UTC)
nonononono! I meant Armand was supposed to be beautiful. Something I completely support in boys xD

Which is why I hated movie!Armand. Not "pretty" enough. Too old. D:
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