We have so much talent in the Supernatural fandom. People who draw, edit photos and videos, write fanfics, work on costumes or props, make jewelry, and more. So it’s time to share some of the talent with the fandom and ask the people behind the ART some questions.
This time I am introducing to you Britanee, the artist behind the Supernatural tarot cards.
"We shall act with good intentions, but at times we will be wrong. When we are, let us admit it and try to right the situation.” ― Joe Paterno
In the last article I talked a little about good intentions and how they are pretty common for the Winchesters. Those are my selected words for this article. Team Free Will’s newest member Jack also has fallen into the same pattern. Most of the time he has had bad luck with his good intentions and they have ended badly, even killing people he did not mean to kill. Jack is like a child so every failure he experiences hits him harder, even resulting in self harm. He just wants to do good or the things he has learned are good. When it doesn’t work out, he gets more and more frustrated. The quote I picked out fits very well with this theme and also what you should do if things go sideways: “…let us admit it and try to right the situation.” The first fan video of the week focuses on Sam and Jack and on a few of Jack’s mistakes. The second video focuses on Team Free Will 2.0.
If you were hoping I would write a Con Report about an exciting fan convention held in my own hometown, you are in luck. Read on!
The Boys Are Back in Town
(Probably Time To Flee)
Lucky (or unlucky as it has been) thirteen has been the vehicle for many emotional story reveals over the seasons of yesteryear. In days of brotherly conflict, this was the episode where it was hashed out – though usually not resolved – and in more recent years, conflicts were laid on the table and called out. Not an action packed episode for the main plot – thirteen usually means a key element for the big story in another form.
"Man is an animal that makes bargains: no other animal does this - no dog exchanges bones with another.” ― Adam Smith
Bargains and deals – sounds very much like our Winchesters doesn’t it? In Supernatural, deals usually have bad consequences and Sam and Dean should not make them lightly. If you look at the history of the brothers, how many deals have they made? Their mother made a deal to get John back because she didn’t want to lose him. Sam made a silent deal with a faith healer that cost other person her life (but of course Sam didn’t know about the deal). John wanted to save Dean so he bargained with Azazel and the deal cost John his life. Dean felt that being alive after that was wrong, you know the natural order and all that jazz, so when Sam died, Dean bargained to get him back. That led to him having only one year to live which ended in him dying through the paws and claws of hell hounds.
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