Iron Giant by Alex Horley
You’re killing Gavin.
evil art spirits make me mess with this pic a lot
Mars - Mass Effect [◼]
11. The Redwall series by Brian Jacques
I think technically these are children’s books, not YA, but it’s hard to draw a clear line between the two categories and these were such a huge part of both my childhood and my early young adulthood, even as recently as 2009 when Brian Jacques did a book signing less than an hour from where I live and I couldn’t go because I had to babysit and yes, I am still very, very bitter.
Anyway, it’s been years since I actually read one, so I picked covers for ones I remember liking and ones with nice art, and I tried to get some decent variety of animals up there. Martin and his sword are on there twice though… oh well.
*Books: Mattimeo (1989), Lord Brocktree (2000), Marlfox (1998), The Bellmaker (1994), The Pearls of Lutra (1996)
*Characters: Dorothea Duckfontein Dillworthy, Gonff, Basil Stag Hare, Gingivere, Mara
stop for a minute and realize you are a 10lb brain piloting a slab of meat
Is This Art? (2010), Maciej Ratajski
idc how powerful a piece of armor if its ugly im not gonna wear it