Hueyjazmine1

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  1. almost 6 years ago on The Boondocks

    Probably Jeb Bush

  2. almost 6 years ago on The Boondocks

    They are so cute discussing culture in the rain. I just…. want to give them a ride to school.

  3. almost 6 years ago on The Boondocks

    As a conspiracy theorist, Democrat cannot be Huey’s favorite. He might vote that way if/when he grew up. However, for now, if he has a favorite party at all, it would be the Green Party.

  4. almost 6 years ago on The Boondocks

    The only time I got sent to In School Suspension was because I had forgotten my Biology book, so this is realistic.

  5. almost 6 years ago on The Boondocks

    The visor that gives him sight causes him constant pain that couldn’t be alleviated without compromising the effectiveness of the visor. He managed to be the smartest organic life on the ship. He didn’t have a choice to not be blind until Riker has the power of the Q and gives it to him. He felt that it wasn’t right. The fact that he still puts out a positive attitude and keeps his composure without making excuses and getting his job done before deadlines right next a warp core about to explode makes him a badass to me. Maybe he could have been more assertive. As a senior officer, he could have made more of his opinions heard. I’ll give Aaron that much.

    Also reading rainbow.

    … or maybe I’m just a Trekkie taking a comic written by a Star Wars fan way too seriously …

  6. almost 6 years ago on The Boondocks

    Here is the first mission he aborted because he couldn’t get a ride.

  7. almost 6 years ago on The Boondocks

    The president is just a Figure puppet anyway for the consistent central oligarchy.

  8. almost 6 years ago on The Boondocks

    This is a great reference to Cartman from South Park.

  9. almost 6 years ago on The Boondocks

    Wow, I really prefer this Huey to the one on the show where he is almost a saint (and that’s because I really love the show Season 1-3). In this comic he has more raw fire and emotion. He is shown to have issues and be more vulnerable and real. I can’t pretend to always understand him, and that complexity is what I like the best in fictional characters. I’ll be sad when I’m done reading all these.