Heathcliff comics described in detail and posted as reviews on Letterboxd 🐱🎥
A Caucasian man with short, but messy, brown hair is sitting on a rotating stool in a room with sea green walls, behind him an artist's easel with a solid grey work surface stands on blue supports, a small work in progress on its face, and a wide lamp attached to the top. The man is wearing smart, brown shoes, black slacks, and a light blue pull-over shirt; he has a relaxed look on his face.
To his left is…
It's nighttime in the city. The moon a crescent in the sky, it's low light washes out the colour of the tall buildings that make up the skyline; turning them all into indistinct grey rectangles. The only discernible details being the outline of windows recessed into the building's faces, and a large water tower in the distance.
Smoke runs through the city streets from the tyres of a car as it speeds round a corner. A sleek, sporty design, the…
Heathcliff has his tongue sticking out the side of a proud, mischievous smirk; his arms pump from left to right in a joyful run.
He is being chased down a suburban street by an angry mob consisting of Sonja, Grandma Nutmeg, Iggy, Grandpa Nutmeg, Spike the Bulldog, and a robot; all except the robot (who has more of a annoyed than angry expression) grit their teeth and wave their fists in the air, determined to catch the cat who's made…
Heathcliff is walking across the yellow floor of an average household hallway, a wall the exact same colour behind him.
He's wearing a pale green bodysuit that entirely covers him from feet to neck, a large black question mark on his torso. He breaks up the single hue of the suit with a pair of gloves, a belt, and an eye mask, all in an equally pale shade of purple to match the green. As well as this he now…