jacks reads comics

Poe junkie

The cold of London is forgotten in the glow of a lighter,
It is all you do to kill the grey,
Numb at the tips and you flick it right up,
And a dead man they say,
as you get High another day,
Just a drag to a smile, its chocolate.

Just a dab you use it,
Get high to get calm,
Paranoia but you do it,
Sweet lies its all like chocolate

You and your friends call it chocolate,
The lyrics of the song called it fate,
Roll up and strum the strings, chocolate to forget,
Dead inside and sad soaked futile hate,
You bite her lips, taste like wine and chocolate,
You call it chocolate, just a lie; you dead?

Your lungs they take it in like a friend,
Your heart breaks again, remember why you like it?
She broke your heart so you broke your head,
Bent with drags of chocolate, loved her but she didn’t know,
Bite your lips, light it up and inhale your fate

Inspired by the 1975 chocolate and my own addiction and self destruction

I’m pretty sure Jack Zimmerman uses the little case iphone headphones come in when he’s not wearing them. Ransom and Holster watch him wind them up and laugh, but when they’re shaking out theirs and untangling them, Jack just smirks at them.

Listen on 8 tracks!

[ this little shit ] - itty bitty sweetie pie, Eric Richard Bittle

[ eh ] - hockey prince of my heart, Jack Laurent Zimmermann

oops I drew this right after the Kent Parson update LMAO

Kent Parson just had to interrupt some key selfie time!!!! SO I UH HAD TO DRAW SOME SELFIES…y’know, just some selfies with your bro

Bitty and Jack are from this GREAT WEBCOMIC Check Please! by ngozi!! It’s just so cute and good…and so hockey

go check it out!

Honestly I’m pretty sure I had a huge crush on samurai jack when I was little and now that I’m watching the new season all I have to say is
Samurai Jack could get it any day of the week and maybe even on the weekends too

5

This love is good, this love is bad,
This love is alive back from the dead,
These hands had to let it go free
And this love came back to me

“You owe me 20 dollars.”

Let’s Play Minecraft - Episode 138 - I Spy 2

so i was reading samurai jack comic and in issue 17 the artstyle in this comic was amazing!!

and wooooooo!!!boy! look at this!!(he looks like an angry woman in here)

oh he swears! wonder what he was saying…

he was dumped in at the trash and now people hates his smell

aaawwww lookit dis adorable man

yeah still traumatized when he was curse into a chicken and was forced to fight

ayyyy then again the artwork and artstyle in this is fantastic!

Hi, Marvel

I just wanted to tell you that I have a problem with Nick Spenser’s Captain America.

First let me say how much I love Kirby’s character. He’s been a corner stone for the entire Marvel universe and, even though he’s not perfect, his sense of ethic and his fight for freedom have always been constant. Now, I’m not naive nor stupid, I understand the impact in sales that you can get out of a character when you have it turning to “the dark side”. It certainly is an interesting and shocking perspective that gives you a unique point of view and opens the door for a deep and rich arc. But the problem with Steve Rogers is that you can’t ignore the ideological connotations for a character like Captain America. With him you don’t have a “good guy” momentarily (I certainly hope so) turning into a “bad guy”, you have a character created by two Jewish men during WWII, who is a war veteran, literally wearing the American flag on the chest and you’re suddenly turning him into a nazi. In a single issue you turned the shield into a symbol for fascism. That’s the thing about Hydra, you know, Marvel. It’s not just an “evil” organization, it’s an organization that stands up for nazism and, therefore, it’s ideological agenda can not and should not be ignored… but, for the sake of a publicity stunt, you are apparently willing to ignoring it.
The thing that amazes me the most is how good the shock value for Captain America comics had been in the past. Brubaker’s “The Death of Captain America” story arc was unexpected, completely on character, deep and painfully shocking, along side it, Nick Spencer’s first issue is just offensive (and frankly quite illogical). You wanted to get shock value out of this one? Congratulations, Marvel, you got it. I’m shocked for how low you’re willing to go to get noticed.

I said earlier I had a problem with Spencer’s story and the problem is not that I find it uncouth and absurd, the problem is that now I don’t know what to do with my Captain America t-shit because no matter how much I love Kirby’s character, I don’t want to be wearing a nazi symbol across the chest.