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A page from CARNAGE U.S.A. #4 by Clayton Crain, featuring Venom & Spider-Man. Clayton’s Venom is SIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIICK. And Zeb Wells, the writer, is one demented dude.
Via Marvel Comics Senior Editor Steve Wacker, who’s just posting stuff to Twitter.
I am pretty sick of the negative connotations put on psychological disorders. I have insomnia. I can’t sleep at night, but I don’t spend that time plotting your murder, so stop acting like I’m part of the Legion of Doom. I’m paranoid. My fears seem rational to me, and until someone can point out the holes in my logic, I’m going to treat them as real. I don’t hear voices, I don’t think someone is out to get me, and I don’t think the government monitors my every move. All of this is manageable, and I’ve never seen a professional in these regards, but if I chose to, the shift in people’s demeanor at the mention of such things is palpable and insulting. ” Oh, don’t talk to him. He’s crazy.” No, I’m probably more well adjusted and articulate than you, and because my brain operates on this higher level of consciousness, sometimes I over analyze things. There are people who argue against that validity of these sort of maladies, but this is the same sort of ignorant posturing that lead people to believe cigarettes were healthy. If people treated physical illness with the same level of abhorrence as they did psychosis, there would be cancer victims and pneumonia cases falling dead in the streets.
My sister showed me a mathematical formula one of the autistic children in her classroom made to show her that it would be better if she died. She asked him to take his coat off that morning and he bit her.
I love him so much.