>Rick remender's entire body of work.jpg
>that faggot that posts cool comics without sauce
I still enjoy Jack as a comic, it's just that Cliff is the goofiest character
'Cliff'. By David Hopkins.
I am possibly the biggest 'Jack' fan there is, but I don't care for this. It's an extremely depressing story about revenge, the loss of innocence and the transformation of a heroic, hopeful individual into an undead, insane murderer.
'Edgy' is the word.
It's not 'Jack', it's 'Cliff' which is like a retroactive 'Jack' spinoff.
>one of the twin towers is in hell. you can't make this stuff up.
What's your problem with that? (Also, the other one is in Heaven.)
>Cliff is the goofiest character
...Debatable but probably true.
It started a little after Columbine.
What's another time?
Also, Klebold and Harris didn't give a better motivation for their actions.
So yeah... 'Jack' is a horror comic. My personal favorite remains 'Games we play in Hell'.
...WTF? The arc is being 'renovated at Dave's request'? Is he really going to gentrify it? Gee whiz.
I storytimed that yesterday.
for anyone who is interested.
Yeah, I just read it.
Millar and Ennis should have a writing contest.
Morrison on Millar:
"I wish him well but there’s not good feeling between myself and Mark for many reasons most of which are he destroyed my faith in human fucking nature.”
- "He still lives in Glasgow, is there a chance of bumping into him?"
- "There's a very good chance of running into him, and I hope I'm going 100 miles an hour when it happens."
sometimes I really want to take Millar and Ennis and shove them in a wood chipper(and Ken Penders while we're at it), I think comics would improve in the aftermath
This is probably the edgiest thing I've read.
>"Sometimes he calls me up when he's taking a loud shit and forces me to listen. If I hang up he scoops it up into a ziploc bag and leaves it on my porch the next morning."
Alan Moore on Garth Ennis.