xD sorry! xD I had been having problems with my keyboard and Deviant art, cause the back space had been locked so only one direction typing xD its creppy but xD: I mean its too younger yep! xD but nice nope? imagine its a little kid! xD but with power! xD : thanks for the support xD
I understand how you feel, I mean honestly, 17 years old I can buy, but 13 or 14! I don't know what Jack Frost those people have been view but this Jack Frost does NOT have the face of a freshly turned teenage.
I mean, I know how kids today are going through puberty eariler then they should due to chemicals in food and such, but Jack was born in the Colonial Era so all food was natural so no chemical enhancers.
But still, Jack is around 18 or 17 (the ROTG app says 17 so let's just agree he's a young adult) and that's that. Anything below the age of 16 is utter nonsense!
I actually did some research, apparently the whole "Jack is around 13/14 years old" came from the book series the movie was based on, the Guardians of Childhood. The books mentions a boy named Jackson Overland Frost and is 14 (hence the though Jack is younger, though I'm not sure completely since I haven't read the books yet to conform).
But then again, the books are the stories of the Guardians BEFORE they became who they are (Santa Claus, Easter Bunny, Tooth Fairy, etc), so it would seem obvious that Jack would be younger. But, in the movie he died at the age 17/18, so I wish people would accept it.
oh really? im reading the series now, ive read North's book, Bunnymund's and just barely stared Tooth's, but so far theres been no mention of Jack... there has been however, Nightlight, who has many, many similarities to Jack, almost Jacks twin i would say, as far as description and personality...but i guess theres a fourth book coming out this fall, about Sandy, and it has Jack Frost in it...so yeah.
I've seen a screenshot of a page from the book (it's the upcoming Sandman book) with Jack's human name on it [link]
Also, I've just now realize that William Joyce, the writer of the Guardians of Childhood, was also responsible for the book A Day In The Life of Wilbur Robinson, the book that was adapted into the movie, Meet the Robinsons! Geeze this guy is good if he's inspiring movies