Drawloween 28 - Was there ever a cat so clever Picture

"Who has not, a hundred times,
found himself committing a vile or a silly action,
for no other reason than because he knows he should not?"
- "The Black Cat", Edgar Allan Poe


Theme of yesterday: Black Cat

Soooo I inspired this one completely on the story written by Edgar Allan Poe, "The Black Cat" , not going to explain so you can read it and that's better (it is pretty short )

In this kind of au, in a more literal way , the cat must be some kind of supernatural judge, who thought the man got what he deserves and probably took the woman/wife with him, (she is the corpse on the back), he was supposed to be a gijinka/human version with cat features but the strange colouration of the skin makes it look like an anthropomorphic cat(?) well, whatever it is, he has powers and likes to play with the guilt of the humankind, a nocturne and mysterious being, all criminals must be exposed and pay.

he is also holding a bident because his original name "Pluto" came out from the ruler of the underworld in Greek mythology

Hope you like it /o/

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