Things get heated and fiery between Frigg and Odineye.
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Well, he IS a part of Odin.
Also, LOL on the last part
I bet Loki had something to do with that list and/or the stairs, take a look at him smiling.
LOL! OMG the goats… Yay, I adore the goats!!
D’aww, OdinEye loving on the list cuz it smells like Frigg… that’s so, I dunno, cute in a squicky sort of way!
Heh heh heh… back to the store, kiddo….
Lovely update. PLEASE tell me Thor and Loki don’t share a room… lol!
I doubt that Loki had anything to do with the list since Frigga was the one that wrote it. However, that is not to say that he did not have anything to do with why he took so long in the store. But at least he is not likely to have to get the meat again since he brought home a whole bison, on the hoof.
I think that Loki is smiling because someone else (for once) is on the short end of Frigga’s wrath.
By the way, a follow-on from someone’s comment from a couple weeks ago, definitely NOT the “roving eye”.
Jasta, look at the eyes, I think that’s Hod.
Just why they would share a room, I dunno. Maybe because they are both mischevious in thier own ways?
james, that’s totally Thor; If it was Hod he’d be looking at Odineye and Loki at the same time
Oh that poor poor eye. One could almost feel sympathy for him.
Hmm, wonder when Odin started Roving, before, or after the eye incident?
He was the eye that didn’t wander, remember? Haha.
@ The Creators:
This is a great comic.
I can’t really comment much more.
Keep up the good and humorous work!
@smjjames – Leave Loki alone. He’s innocent.
Nah, I couldn’t even say that with a straight face.
@Jasta – Thor and Loki don’t share a room, but when Frigg’s on the rampage, Thor knows to hide with someone who is higher on the rampage precedence list.
@Mark Sebree – And that would be a good reason for Loki to be smiling.
@Alistaire_Laplace – Totally, totally Thor.
@Wynni – Sympathizing with the villain? Tsk, tsk, tsk.
@Wolf Gunnison – Thanks… we’ll keep doing our best.
I thoughts the goats were dead? When did the goats come back to life? I like Odin Eye but he needs to give up on Frigg. he does not have the anatomy to keep her “occupied”
@frankenstienmonster – The goats came back the second Thor returned with Mjollnir (as the myths go, Thor can bring them back to life).
Hi! I’ve added this comic to my bookmarks. Not has time to read it all yet but it looks super-fun I love norse mythos. I’m sure glad your site has the ability to tag pages.
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