You might be looking at the picture and thinking - WHAT ON EARTH?!?
There's a simple explanation for it.
I'd been doing the dishes the other day... and in mid-drying of this goblet I needed to attend to something else. As a result, I wound having it on my hand for an extended period of time (held upright, of course.) Long enough for me to notice how darn heavy it became.
And where did my mind go? To Captain Hook, naturally. Not that it didn't ever cross my mind before, but suddenly I had a first hand (pun noted) revelation of how weighty and unwieldy having a big iron claw at the end of your wrist just might be! I'm of the opinion that the hook is not dainty and thin. I think P.J. Hogan's Captain's claw is just about right. Another great depiction is the cover of Hook & Jill.
So consider that fact, Pan/Hook fans - it's not so easy. You have to hand it (sorry!) to Hook for being able to deal with such a burden. He certainly has coped rather well with it.
I am a fiction writer. Mostly I compose in the Urban Fantasy genre. When asked, I usually liken it to "The Twilight Zone" - extraordinary events emerging in everyday life. I graduated with Honors in Creative Writing from Knox College in 1993. Obviously I also scribble cartoonish drawings.
Here you will find my nonfiction - the place for me to share my thoughts with you, keep you posted on upcoming events and allow me to interact.
If you wish to leave a note, use my cartoon quill and ink.