At tattoo place. Oof. See you guys in a few hours.
you have not experienced true fear until a poster falls down in the middle of the night
someone understands me
Jean & Scott, Episode 5.
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Alright nerds, bedtime for me. Thank you all for the lovely asks. It really made my night. <3 You guys are the best!
If you guys have any more questions feel free to drop an ask! maybe I’ll make a response video next time, instead of spamming everyone’s dash.
And Happy Birthday to my dork of a roommate Will. (I know you drank my beer, but I ate a piece of your candy and now we are even.)
Anonymous asked: Can u explain what Blankets is about?
Growing up. Religion. Family. Coming of age. That books is what it feels like to fall in love for the first time.
It’s the type of book you read in one sitting and then cry yourself to sleep afterwards. I think it is a must read for any comic, or non comic, fan.
And nobody does it better.
Anonymous asked: you should make some more comic review videos!!! those were rad
Yay! I will!
I might do one this week since I’m two weeks behind in pulls. I also plan on reviewing the Absolute editions when I finally buy them. I will try and film the next one for real so it’s not crapola webcam quality.
Anonymous asked: What is your favorite comic that you have ever read?
AUGHGHGHGH STOP ASKING ME THIS. I can never choose!
It’s an eternal tie in between Blankets and 52.
Noteworthy mentions: Volume 2 of Gotham Central is really fucking fantastic. Powers: The Sellouts is dope. Criminals: Last of the Innocent is A+ quality. (If you can’t tell I’m a sucker for crime comics)
Anonymous asked: As a high school senior looking into colleges, what advice can you give me about college? (schools, classes, majors, life, anything would be appreciated really)
Weather is important. Don’t live somewhere gross for 4 years.
Honestly, I picked my school based off the other students. We are an extremely nerdy and socially awkward bunch, and all it took was one visit to feel like I belonged. I also liked that my school didn’t force me into taking a bunch of gen eds I didn’t care about.
You are going to have fun and learn a lot wherever you go. I’d recommend leaving your hometown and experiencing something new. Join a bunch of clubs (I fenced my Freshmen year!) Also don’t feel obligated to continue something just because you started it. (I dropped my Computer Science major down to a minor at the start of my Senior year).
Also: Loans suck. Financial aid is important. Keep that in mind when applying. Look for schools that meet 100% of demonstrated need.