private school boy

if i learned how to relate to rich white girls going to private school or a white boy with fucking spider powers i know damn well you can relate to poor kids living in the bronx


DailyIndieComics’ New Year Countdown: Favorite New Comics of 2016!

Day 1: The Backstagers

The Backstagers was one of our favorite comics this year, a comic full of colorful pages, interesting characters, and a touch of mystery! The Backstagers also has some amazing LGBT representation and great character interactions. It follows the story of Jory, a boy that transfers into an all-boys private school and joins the stage crew. To his surprise, being part of the stage crew doesn’t just mean working on scenery and getting props, it also means discovering a brand new magical world behind the curtains… literally. The Backstagers is a fun story of finding a place where you belong and the adventures you have along the way.

i support aus in every sport except rugby union because the wallabies are mostly private school boys and there’s no way in hell i’m supporting them

Castiel is the local private high schools bad boy, with an overbearing religious mother. Castiel is pretty sick of everything right now, his mother, his school and his town’s over zealous bigot church. He doesn’t care about anyone except himself and his brother Gabriel. Then Cas meets Dean. Dean’s a shy nerdy kid who Cas can’t seem to keep his mind off of and Dean finds his way into Castiel’s heart and past the walls that he has built so carefully over the years.

story by: the-captain-destiel


Writer: James Tynion IV
Artist: Rian Sygh
Main Cover: Veronica Fish
Program Bill Variant: Bridget Underwood
Incentive Cover: Rob Guillory
* James Tynion IV (Batman Eternal, The Woods) teams up with artist Rian Sygh (Munchkin, Stolen Forest) for an incredible yet earnest story about finding a place to fit in when you’re kinda an outcast.
* When Jory transfers to the private, all-boys school St. Michael’s, he figures joining the stage crew would involve a lot of just fetching props and getting splinters. To his pleasant surprise, he discovers there’s a door backstage that leads to different worlds, and all of the stagehands know about it!
* All the world’s a stage…but what happens behind the curtain is pure magic!
32pgs, FC (1 of 8) $3.99

This sounds adorable. I just love Boom.


the money doesnt make these private school boys happy; its the adrenaline 

ok im laughing i just remembered this one terrible anime one of my old roommates made me watch cause it was her favorite but i couldnt remember its name but i found it by googling “anime with gothic protagonist private school neko boy humpty dumpty”