Category: bobby drake

Conversation

Wolverine: Now, Bobby, touch your throat. That tube you feel is your trachea. Think of it as your handle. That thing your thumb is on is your carotid artery. Think of it as your button. I want you to grab the handle, push the button. Can you repeat that, Bobby?
Bobby [gasping for breath]: Grab the handle, push the button.
Wolverine: Let go of your own throat, Bobby.

Conversation

Mrs. Drake: I don’t really mind Bobby being homosexual, I just don’t like him dating men.
Pyro: You really haven’t grasped the concept of this whole “gay thing” yet, have you, Mrs. Drake?
Mrs. Drake: Well, there must be homosexuals who date women…
Wolverine: Yeah. They’re called lesbians.

You can’t ruin a friendship with sex. That’s l…

You can’t ruin a friendship with sex. That’s like trying to ruin ice cream with chocolate sprinkles.

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Art by RB Silva

buttholes:AHHHHH i guess that means.. .N i g h…

buttholes:

AHHHHH

i guess that means.. .

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Conversation

Wolverine: After the twist, you’ll feel a snap and the body goes ragdoll on you.
Bobby: And that will knock him out… even more?
Wolverine: That will kill him.
Bobby: Do I have to?
Wolverine: Alright, fine crybaby. Tie him up and, I guess, gag him. But at the first sign of trouble I want you to at least break both his knees.

Conversation

Rouge: Being an adult is terrible.
Bobby: Tell me about it. In my next life, I’m coming back as a baby.

Ripped out the heart? My God. Hey, that remind…

Ripped out the heart? My God. Hey, that reminds me, did you get that physic class you wanted?

Me and John used to be quite the trouble maker…

Me and John used to be quite the trouble makers as kids.  That surprises a lot of people, because I don’t look like someone who used to do anything.  I look like I was just sitting in a room, in a chair eating saltines for like 21 years and then I walked right out here.

Classic X-Men (1986-1990) #8 Reprinted in sty…

Classic X-Men (1986-1990) #8 Reprinted in style! Cover By Arthur Adams (Manipulated by me J.C.-Art)