Last night I found out that HBO was streaming the Watchmen series for free this weekend and I binged thru all 9 hour-long episodes today. From what I understand, HBO is doing this for Juneteenth to highlight "Black experiences, voices and storytellers." The show is sort-of a sequel to the 80s comic book, not the 2009 movie. This series deals with racism and has superheroes and police wearing masks to hide their identities. The series opens with the 1921 Tulsa Race Massacre which was a real event that I never knew about until this tv series premiered.
The Chiefs might have of beat the Niners in the Super Bowl LIV but Sunday wasn't a total loss. I brought Baby Niner Jacket Face out of retirement and knocked out three doodles that I really-really like.
I usually listen to music while I draw but lately I've been kinda watching shows while I do my Inktober drawings. I say "kinda watching" because I'm more focused on my work and listening more than actually viewing. Over the past few days I was finally able to to finish Fargo seasons 2 & 3 and American Horror Story: Apocalypse. Damn, they were good! Fargo has awesome characters with their own crazy stories and AHS just is just crazy AF. I'm looking forward to Fargo season 4. I heard comedian Chris Rock is the lead in the next season. Tonight I watched a couple episodes of AHS: Freakshow. I picked up where I left off about a year ago. I didn't like it as much as the previous seasons but after watching Apocalypse I was reminded that they usually start off slow and eventually they hook me in.