Jenna Jameson Retires from Porn to Fight the Forces of Darkness


jenna_jameson_comic.preview.jpgThe word “hero” is tossed around a lot these days, but if anyone deserves the title, it might have to be Jenna Jameson. Not only as an entertainer of men (and boys who have access to the Internet), of course, but for her new profession of saving us all from evil. Like Jesus!

Since retiring from having things jammed into her orifices professionally a few weeks ago at the 2008 AVN, Jenna Jameson has vowed to hunt demons and spirits. Okay, admittedly, she’s doing it in a comic, called Jenna Jameson’s Shadow Hunter. And the comic character’s name is Jezzerie Jaden, who can see monsters and such. And the comic character looks like Jenna Jameson when she was hot, as opposed to the lich-like being she is currently.

Hey, maybe that will be Jezzerie Jaden’s first case?to exorcise whatever foul spirit has possessed Jenna Jameson and made her look like a bulimic C.H.U.D. I’d read that. Also, this might have something to do with why the Hulk is red. Stay tuned, true believers! (Via 2snaps)

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