Emily The Empty , or otherwise known as Emily , is a Glaistig known to inhabit a barely visited farm. She hides within the basement-level of the house near to the farm-land itself, feeding off of the supplies from the current owners as well as the owners themselves. Emily, before her transformation, was an anxious yet peaceful girl who usually kept to herself. Whilst she did have some doubts about her religious village life, she would place others before herself, even during the most drastic circumstances. After her deal and transformation, she began to increase with her shyness, almost intentionally giving a distant attitude towards many who attempted to interact with her. At times, if busy with "important" matters, she will come off to the person as harsh as well as slightly vulgar. Only to a few animals and such does she feel both comfortable and talkative.
Dark Horse Entertainment is in negotiations to produce the feature. Pop culture figure Emily the Strange is getting a new shot at a movie career. The intellectual property, a punky goth girl and her assorted cats created by skateboarder Rob Reger, is in the process of being set up to be adapted as a feature film at Amazon Studios.
Emily the Strange is an illustrated character featured in several comic books, graphic novels and in various merchandise and clothing lines. Cosmic Debris has opened four Emily the Strange flagship stores to date Taiwan, Taipei, Hong Kong and Greece , with plans to open Emily the Strange retail stores in the Americas in the following years. The Emily the Strange franchise has a considerable merchandising catalog, including clothing, stationery, stickers and fashion accessories. In , the company partnered with British punk rock band The Damned , in the release and artwork for their single Little Miss Disaster. Other co-branding alliances and partnerships have included Jones Soda , Gibson Guitars , Zippo , and Manic Panic hair coloring, nail polishes and colorful extensions.