Oh, Oma! That’s probably not the right word.
Detail from page 279 of Family Man.
Excerpt from page 220 of Family Man.
Preview of page 219 of Family Man.
Page 217. Uh, not safe for work. You can guess.
Page 215 of Family Man. In which I start some narrative compression stunts that will make very little sense in weekly doses. (I know you’re just waiting for them to take their clothes off again, anyway.)
Here is the most family-friendly slice of this week’s page of Family Man. It’s definitely not safe for viewing at work or in mixed company. But it is very sweet, in its way!
Here’s a higher-res image of Luther as the Fool.
Adding the book, the watch, and swapping the little dog for the wolf were all fun notions to carry out, as was swapping the mountains for the treeline.
Unsurprisingly, a lot of people who are mostly familiar with the Rider Waite tarot assume that the little white dog is this handsome young troubadour’s loyal pet. In the history of tarot depictions of this card, however, the dog is an angry local mutt actively trying to bite the Fool. The Fool isn’t always a happy young Bohemian, either.
Here’s the Pamela Colman Smith original, art-directed by Rider and Waite:
And here’s the Fool from the Jean Dodal version of the medieval Tarot de Marseille deck: