Charlie Brooker's Black Mirror kicked off its second season last week with Be Right Back. If you're in the UK, you can catch it here. I thought it was a fantastic piece of TV. A creepy, thoughtful, touching ghost story for the 21st Century with stylistic and thematic nods towards Never Let Me Go and Frankenstein.
It really feels like Brooker is really at home with the idea-driven Twilight Zone short story format. His writing was beautifully economical, with an off-camera death explained with a shot of flashing police car lights and a moving montage of grief quickly setting up the conceit of the story without coming across as glib or manipulative. He seems like a much more confident writer than before. Had there not been a few telltale lines in there, I'd have had difficulty even knowing it was Brooker who wrote the episode.
So I liked it. The next day, I drew this for my afternoon-wind-down drawing that I sometimes like to do. I had all these disposable brush pens lying around that were waiting to be thrown away so I picked a couple up and dipped them in ink and just used them like normal brushes. It was actually a lot of fun and the results were fairly successful I think so I might do more of this.