#424 The World Is Quiet Here

19th September 2016 in Tenacious J and the Puck Of Destiny
#424 The World Is Quiet Here
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Jake Elmer 19th Sep 2016, 12:03 AM edit delete reply
I'm sure Mr. & Mrs.Glover would be really proud of him
GoodKaptainKook 19th Sep 2016, 12:04 AM edit delete reply
Even though I just literally saw this...this strip did tug at my heartstrings a bit :) It is quite nice to see Jason making peace with his past and saying a possible last goodbye to his long-deceased folks. I'm sure wherever they be (depending on whether or not one believes in an afterlife-I myself am not a very spiritual person in the slightest, but I would like to *THINK* there might be some sort of existence for us after we're all gone) they're very proud of him :)

Him talking to his deceased parents at their grave kind of reminds me of the fairly recent deaths of my grandparents. I see them in my dreams a LOT and they're always still alive in them. I think losing them really had an effect on me since I'm not so personally used to loss so close...so it's nice to see them in my dreams still to this day. Even if it does make me suspect I'm losing my sanity XD
FreyFox 19th Sep 2016, 12:58 AM edit delete reply
I'm not sure whether to hope there's some form of afterlife or not. Thermodynamics and all that. But being gone forever is a dark prospect, I like to think we're not gone completely...
Section79 19th Sep 2016, 12:10 AM edit delete reply
This is very heartwarming! Jason's visiting his deceased parents' grave and telling them about his accomplishments!

Almost brings a tear to my eye! :')
Shaggy 19th Sep 2016, 12:17 AM edit delete reply
This is one of the most heart warming thing I ever sall. This is superb. I don't know what else to say... My dad died in 2005, I was only 5. He was buried in Connecticut. And my mom and in live in Pennsylvania. So we really can't go to his grave. So seeing jason go to his parents grave is very heartwarming. When I sall him go to his uncles grave and say that, that was brave of him. If my uncle did that to me, I would NEVER go to his grave. And also seeing that jason is grown up enough to fend for himself makes me wanna give him the biggest hug in the world! This is a excellent strip you've made. Your really good at making stuff like this. Just look at this. It's perfect! Now I can predict that Reg is going to miss J the most. No need to explain why. We all know why.

Keep up the good work FreyFox :-) ;-) :-D
I can certainly say that I almost had a happy tear in my eye.
FreyFox 19th Sep 2016, 12:57 AM edit delete reply
Thanks :) I got feels doing this one too.
Shaggy 19th Sep 2016, 2:04 AM edit delete reply
No, thank you :-)
David31 19th Sep 2016, 12:25 AM edit delete reply
Very emotional. Beautifully done.
MHaensel73 19th Sep 2016, 12:45 AM edit delete reply
Great comic. This shows a real depth to Kevin.
FreyFox 19th Sep 2016, 12:56 AM edit delete reply
Kevin? Don't you mean Jason?
MHaensel73 19th Sep 2016, 1:13 PM edit delete reply
D'oh! Yes, of course.
Shockey Rai 19th Sep 2016, 1:00 AM edit delete reply
Shockey Rai
Aw, Them feels.
foxlover91 19th Sep 2016, 1:12 AM edit delete reply
Wow....just wow! O_O

This strip really gives you quite the feels, I love it. :)

Seizethemoment 19th Sep 2016, 1:30 AM edit delete reply
That was heartfelt, touching moment.
AjayRulezzz 19th Sep 2016, 10:42 PM edit delete reply
I know how Bruce Wanye feels... in Gotham Series :(
James 20th Sep 2016, 7:26 PM edit delete reply
I wonder what J's Mum & Dad looked like before their death
FreyFox 21st Sep 2016, 12:37 AM edit delete reply
Maybe one day I'll show you :)
Warner Republic 21st Sep 2016, 6:38 AM edit delete reply
Warner Republic
This is such a heart touching moment for Jason; saying goodbye to his abusive uncle and visiting his mom and dad's grave. I'm proud that Jason is going to get a bright future in hockey, and that he's playing for my hometown's team. Yay! :D

Sorry I haven't comment on your previous comic strips lately, Mark. :(
FreyFox 23rd Sep 2016, 1:10 AM edit delete reply
That's okay :) Thanks for reading!
LongTom 21st Sep 2016, 7:35 PM edit delete reply
Testimony from someone (not me) who can relate: