I don’t know why I decided to draw Krycek with Tintin hair. It just felt right.
‘Tis true the both of them looked rather pretty together! LOL!
Up to this point, I’d only seen a few episodes (“Gender Bender” not being one of them) and was still on the fence about the show. Then Nick Lea walked in all suited up and I instantly knew I’d be watching until the bitter end, obviously unaware of just how bitter—and distant—said end would be. He’s aged fairly well too, judging by appearances on Supernatural and Once Upon a Time last year.
My point being: For months, I’ve been dying to see how you’d render Krycek. I approve of the Tintin hair.
All I remember about Krycek is his shifty eyes. Maybe that comes later in the series.
Anyone know when Skin Horse will be back online?
(I’m also loving Monster of the Week more than I can say; she’s nailing these episodes SO. WELL. And yes, I was not only a mad Krycek fan, but a Mulder/Krycek fan. So sue me. )
They’re still working on it. In the meantime, you can read Skin Horse Monday-Saturday at GoComics.com.
This is the first X-Files I really remember. I didn’t realize that Krycek would be their deus ex machina, showing up whenever they needed a villain, or a plot-hole filled in. His episodes never did make sense, because he flitted from side to side without rhyme or reason. Or maybe Gillian Anderson was just pregnant a lot.
AWESOME! Just discovered it while searching for Shaenon’s Twitter feed. I didn’t watch X-Files when it was on as I can’t stand the concept, but I LOVE what she’s doing with it! (and here’s me living less than 200 miles from Roswell)
I find it distressing how much Krycek looks like William Bazillion.