Camille. INTJ. Illustrator/Comic Book Artist, Chaotic Good Rogue, Lover of all things AU, and Eternal Student. This is where I hoard my nerdy things. But if I'm honest, it's mostly Sherlock. Background image by paperbicycle

Reblogged from camillekaze  295 notes

camillekaze:

Happy Halloween!

As a treat (not a trick) to you all, I’ve made these Universal-Classic-Monsters-Meet-Sherlock-Characters Icons!  They are as follows:

  • Dracula Sherlock
  • Wolfman John
  • Mummy Mycroft (GET IT?!?!?!)
  • Bride of Frankenstein Sally
  • Frankenstein Lestrade
  • Invisible woMan Molly

You are free to use these wherever you like, just please don’t alter them without asking (andmaybecreditmeorwhatevsitscool).  Thanks!

*casually reblogs but also in a spooky way*

buneesi replied to your post “What are the requirements for something to make it on your Halloween playlist?”

OK so this is an amateur suggestion but Imogen Heap has a great cover of “Spooky”

An amateur ear is sometimes needed!  I don’t have that one, thank you!!! <3

What are the requirements for something to make it on your Halloween playlist?

Uhm, good question.  I think there’s three categories, the first being spooky content.  So songs about zombies, ghouls, etc. like "The Monster Mash" by Bobby "Boris" Pickett & The Crypt Kickers.

The second category is if the song was in a Halloweenish film.  For example, I have "Jump in the Line" by Harry Belafonte on the playlist.  It’s not inherently spooky but was at the end of Beetlejuice.

Third is kind of my nebulous category, where I think the songs to me are in the spirit of halloween but again, not directly spooky.  The example for this category is "Control" by The Vincent Black Shadow.

I’m pretty open and my guidelines aren’t super strict, but it does have to fit.