I really don't get it,in the movies Jason is feared by all, but in reality,(our reality) people worship him and all the other slashers like gods,why is that?Btw Awsome work, like that little bow in the girls hair
Simple human instinct when it comes to deadly, immortal killers: A. Run from it, which usually ends in death, or B. Respect it, and hope it doesn't see you as an open target. With enough luck, you'll become a human remora to a human shark.
I may write a short series stories about this, but wouldn't the whole crisis be averted if some kid could have saved Jason from drowning in the lake, and stand up for Jason when he was being ridiculed?
Relax. I am not confused. I have seen all the movies (I'm old enough that I actually saw most of them in the theater, when they first came out). I know the whole story. I know Jason's mom was the killer in the first film. This drawing was just intended as a tribute to the overall "Friday the 13th" franchise - original, sequels, remake, et al, and the Jason Voorhees character in particular. It was not intended as a drawing of the first film specifically.