Tag Archives: YouTube

Rebooting Ultimate Marvel Part 2: Ultimate Avengers

The following is a video from my YouTube channel, Jack’s World. It’s the third video of my ongoing series regarding the prospect of rebooting Ultimate Marvel. This one covers my vision for a new Ultimate version of the Avengers. Please check out the first video for the full story regarding this effort. As always, I welcome feedback and comments. Enjoy!

Leave a comment

Filed under Comic Books, Jack Fisher, Superheroes, Jack's World, Marvel, Marvel Cinematic Universe, superhero comics, superhero movies, YouTube

Rebooting Ultimate Marvel: Why It Should Be Done

The following is a video from my YouTube channel, Jack’s World. It is the first in a series of videos that I’ve been working on regarding the prospect of rebooting Ultimate Marvel. This series will be at least six videos long and is my most ambitious video series to date. Enjoy!

Leave a comment

Filed under Jack's World, Marvel, superhero comics, superhero movies, YouTube

New Year 2022: Announcements, Teasers, And Overall Outlook

The following is a video from my YouTube channel, Jack’s World. It is a message of hope and encouragement for 2022, as well as a general set of announcements as to what you can expect from this channel moving forward. It also contains a major announcement about this website, which I’ll expand on in a couple days. Enjoy and Happy New Year!

Leave a comment

Filed under Jack's World, YouTube

A Message Of Hope (And Resilience) For Christmas 2021

The following is a video from my YouTube channel, Jack’s World. It is a special Christmas message of hope, motivation, and gratitude to help celebrate the season. Enjoy!

Leave a comment

Filed under Current Events, Jack's World, YouTube

The Steps To Telling Whether Someone Is A Dishonest Grifter

Why you don't hear about Milo Yiannopoulos or Mike Cernovich anymore - Vox

There are lying, cheating, whiny grifters everywhere these days. They were always present to some extent, but the internet, social media, and algorithms have made them more prominent than ever. It’s never been easier to be a grifter, telling people what they want to hear or trolling them into giving you their money, attention, or trust.

These people are assholes, plain and simple.

Do not give them the time of day, let alone a penny of your money.

They are just scamming you while pretending to enlighten you. Don’t give them the satisfaction. Some are religious grifters. Some are political grifters. Some are just plain attention whores. The only common thread is that they’re assholes seeking money, attention, likes, or subscribers.

Most of the time, it’s easy to tell the grifters from sincere individuals just seeking to put themselves out there. It’s not exactly subtle. More often than not, you can rightly assume that most professional trolls are just blatant grifters.

Others are more subtle and it’s these types you have to be careful with. They’ll rarely claim to have an agenda. If they do, they’re usually good at hiding it behind coded language and dog whistles. It’s important to be on the lookout for that sort of thing because it’s easy to get sucked into their narrative. Once you’re in that narrative, they’ve got you in their grasp and like cult leaders, they’ll do whatever they can to possess you.

Having come across plenty of grifters over the years of being online, I’ve noticed plenty of telling signs. I’d like to share some of those signs. Everyone, regardless of age or affiliation, should be mindful of all the grifts and scams on the internet. The more we recognize them, the more we can call them out for the lying, cheating assholes they are.


Sign #1: Their opinions and reviews on certain movies, TV shows, comics, or public figures never changes, be it negative or positive.

Sign #2: Their opinions, ideology, and rhetoric are extremely similar, if not identical, to other known grifters.

Sign #3: They frequently make the claim that they have inside sources on a particular industry or sub-culture that they never name (and can usually be traced to trolling comments from sites like 4chan).

Sign #4: They throw around politically loaded insults like SJW, whamen, and plebs while talking about non-political topics.

Sign #5: They try to sell you something other than a typical sponsorship like vitamins, merch, or subscriptions services that they exclusively control.

Sign #6: They claim to offer the “real” story behind a particular media narrative, be it political or entertainment.

Sign #7: They constantly claim they’re being oppressed, marginalized, and censored by some nefarious organization with no official name or face (think Big Tech, establishment media, or some outsider sub-group).

Sign #8: They claim that they’re representing the “true” opinions of fans/Christians/Americans/whatever group they’re affiliated with.

Sign #9: They have a select number of public figures they go out of their way to hate, criticize, or demean.

Sign #10: They reject all criticism and debunking as part of a conspiracy against them or people like them.

Sign #11: They never, ever stop whining.


Again, these are just some of the signs. There are probably plenty more. If you have others, please share them in the comments. Remain vigilant for lying, grifting assholes of all types. They’re always out there, looking for their next grift. Don’t let them get you. You don’t deserve to be their victims.

Leave a comment

Filed under outrage culture, psychology, rants, YouTube

Spider-Man: No Way Home – An Amazing Culmination With Amazing Implications

The following is a video from my YouTube channel, Jack’s World. It is my full review and reaction to “Spider-Man: No Way Home.” Now, make no mistake. This is the biggest, boldest, most ambitious Spider-Man movie ever made. It is also one of the biggest superhero movies since “Avengers: Endgame.” As such, it had a lot to live up to. It’s also one of those rare movies that is best left unspoiled.

With that in mind, please note that this video contains heavy spoilers. Please see this movie beforehand. It’s so worth not spoiling. You have been warned. Enjoy!

Leave a comment

Filed under Jack's World, Marvel, Marvel Cinematic Universe, Movie Reviews, Spider-Man, superhero comics, superhero movies, YouTube

Jack’s Comic Gems: X-23 Innocence Lost

The following is a video from my YouTube channel, Jack’s World. It is another worthy entry into my ongoing Jack’s Comic Gems playlist. This time, I offer one of the most dramatic and heartbreaking comics I’ve read in the past decade, X-23 Innocence Lost. Enjoy!

Leave a comment

Filed under comic book reviews, Jack's Comic Gems, Jack's World, Marvel, superhero comics, X-men, YouTube

Jack’s World: The Harsh Truths Of “Daria” And Why They Still Matter

The following is a video from my YouTube channel, Jack’s World. It’s my first video about “Daria” and was based on an earlier article I wrote a number of years back. I reworked it a bit to make for a better video. I’m very pleased with how it turned out. Depending on the response, I may make more “Daria” videos. Enjoy!

Leave a comment

Filed under Daria, philosophy, psychology, television, YouTube

It’s December! Here Are Some Holiday Themed Background Ambience Videos To Relax And Invigorate Your Christmas Spirit

We’ve made it to December! That means 2021 is in the home stretch. It also means that the holidays are here and Christmas is just around the corner. As kids, it can’t come soon enough. As adults, it always seems to come faster than we expect.

I’ve already made my love for the holidays known, so I won’t belabor that. Instead, I’d like to offer something to improve the holiday ambience.

For a couple years now, I’ve grown quite fond of using YouTube Ambience videos to play in the background while I work. Whether I’m editing a YouTube video for my channel or writing a sexy story, I often find it helpful to play something in the background.

Certain music can be distracting, but other sounds and imagery can be very relaxing. During certain times of the year, I like to have videos of thunderstorms and rain falling in the background. During others, I like to have videos of blizzards and wind. It really does depend on the mood I’m in.

For this time of year, though, I go heavy on the holiday themes. Thankfully, there’s no shortage of YouTube ambience videos that offer amazing holiday imagery and soothing background noise. Some even play soft holiday themes. They both relax me and get me into the Christmas spirit.

Regardless of the work you do or what you do to de-stress, I encourage that you try playing these videos in the background. They’ll help you relax and embolden your Christmas spirit. Enjoy!

Leave a comment

Filed under YouTube

Some Quick Post-Black Friday Gift Wrapping Tips

I hope everyone had a productive Black Friday shopping experience. At the very least, it should’ve helped burn off some of those lingering Thanksgiving calories. I think my experience was successful. I’ve got pretty much everything I need now. I can safely say my Christmas shopping for 2021 is done. Now, I can spend the rest of December enjoying the holiday festivities.

However, just finishing your shopping isn’t the end of it. You still have to wrap these presents. When you buy as many gifts as I do, that can easily take up an entire afternoon. It can be tedious for some, but I honestly enjoy it. I love wrapping presents as much as I love giving them.

Some take the easy way. They just put the gifts in bags or put bows on the boxes. I think that’s just lazy and not in the spirit of the season. I’m of the opinion that the way you present a gift is a reflection of the love and dedication you have to those you love. For my family, I definitely want to go the extra mile.

That said, wrapping presents can be difficult. I used to be pretty sloppy at it, even though I enjoyed it. Thankfully, there are helpful tools you can buy to make it easier. Also, there are YouTube videos out there that offer helpful tips that make the whole process so much easier. You may even feel foolish when you see that there are ways to make your gift wrapping look downright professional.

Here is one video that I found to be incredibly helpful from the channel, But First, Coffee.

Also, there’s this helpful video from HGTV Handmade that offers some similar advice. It also has an extra tip for wrapping presents that are oddly shaped and don’t easily fit in boxes, which happens a lot when you shop for kids.

I hope these help the gift-wrapping process. If nothing else, I hope it makes it less frustrating. Gift wrapping can be tedious for some, but none-the-less rewarding. The care you put into presenting a gift helps reflect how much heart you put into it. For the ones you love, that just makes the holidays all the more special.

Leave a comment

Filed under YouTube