He’s quick about it. It hardly feels like an time at all, and he’s fighting against every single instinct that’s telling him to run, get out of dodge, and ignore Spades’ pleas (he hates calling them pleas in his mind, they make Spades sound so vulnerable) for him to come back.
But Spades is boss and leader and partner and all those other things that Spades doesn’t like to talk about, so when Sades asks him to come back, Droog does. Because Droog is the best second anyone can have. The most loyal right hand man. The best revolutionary planner, the best long-shot, the best, the best, the best.. He ends up walking into the hideout feeling ashamed and defeated, the walls are judging him. He walks to Spades’ room, and knocks.
Jack be nimble, Jack be quick Jack needs to stop jumping over candlesticks
idk just a silly idea i had in my head for a while honestly really considering making a blog dedicated to comics for Jack like, “Jacksepicomics” or something idfk this was fun and i think my art style is decently good enough for it I DUNNO im indecisive
His cuts now neatly cleaned and bandaged, Crane is own a mission. A mission to find a way to make his toxin even more potent, he does not need to make much, no… there is only one intended target for this new formula, and that man will scream and scream and scream until he can no more. he will strip him of his voice and gradually break the man down until he is NOTHING. Then maybe he will grant the man release. Maybe he will allow the man to die.
Crane can be found in his lab, amongst piles of books. Herbology, Toxicology, even basic chemistry books.
Jack Be Nimble - “Drama King”, single Label: Independent Release Date: August 19, 2014 Reviewed by: Chloe Boden
Pup-and-coming Chicago band Jack Be Nimble recently released their newest single “Drama King” which has definitely given me reason to get excited about them! The single is upbeat and extremely catchy, sung by two vocalists who really complement each other well.
The song is set apart from other recent releases because JBN has two very different sounding vocalists, and I personally think going back and forth between the two really kept the song moving and gave it a very distinct sound. The instrumentals were spot on as well, enhancing the song by giving it its great beat and melody. The single is a great pop punk summer jam with lyrics many people can relate to, “I swear that I’m not the only one that’s given up on this town.”
Some of the bands influences are Blink 182 and New Found Glory, and that is defintely evident from listening to them. They have their own style, but if you like bands like Blink and NFG—or pop punk in general—you should definitely check them out! I personally was in pop punk heaven listening to this release, and I firmly believe this band is going places.