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Friday, August 2, 2013

The Boy with the Thorn in His Side

 Clandestine Industries Presents: The Boy with the Thorn in His Side. These 43 pages put you inside the head of Pete Wentz. He starts out saying this story absolutely does not have a point; it was just one of his reoccurring nightmares. We meet The Boy. We follow him through this new world he has created. His parents may not notice him, but the sisters, Rattail and Flattop do. They show him the happy things about this world. Later on, they see what they think is a person. It is The Boy's old Buddy doll, hanging from a noose in the tree. This world is really just all of the forgotten and misled things. It was a little odd, and a little dark, but it makes you realize that this is really everyday life. Pete Wentz's message came across loud and clear to me. The Boy is gold.

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