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“This might hurt”? Nah, this won’t hurt a bit.
Teen Wolf‘s long-awaited third season has only just gotten under way, but the fans have been anticipating it for months. At deviantART, the season’s promo mantra, “This Might Hurt,” prompted a monthlong fanart contest at the teenwolffans community, with a sizeable grab bag of prizes for the winners.
The contest ended yesterday, so before the winners are announced, we decided to highlight some of our favorites.
“This bracelet should not be worn while running. Unless of course, you are running from Alpha wolves.”
While Lydia is a bubbly, positive character on the show, recent developments could be sending her towards an angsty future—at least if these two fanart pieces are any indication:
“Immune but not Invincible” by watdoumeanitstaken
Some Stiles/Peter — “Obey Me” by miss-bluegrass
Illustration by angiezinha/deviantART
Aja Romano is a geek culture reporter and fandom expert. Their reporting at the Daily Dot covered everything from Harry Potter and anime to Tumblr and Gamergate. Romano joined Vox as a staff reporter in 2016.