Cuteness: Kate Beaton and Guillermo del Toro Geek Out Over Each Others’ Work

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This tweet exchange is sweet enough to warm the most cynical of pop-culture hardened hearts. Or give you cavities. I’m not sure yet. But Kate Beaton tweeted how she really enjoyed Crimson Peak. That totally makes sense cause it’s right up her alley: Gothic, Victorian horror. Like, yes. So she drew a little comic blurb about the movie:

And guess who saw it? the @RealGDT himself: Guillermo del Toro, who totally responded in kind as you can see above.

So… how long until we get a Beaton/del Toro children’s book?

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