Forces unite as Odineye and Hel prepare for a throw-down.
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mm..My money is on Hel
aoutch… saliva in the eye…. or ON the eye?
Lyrisk: sucker bet
Yeah, my money’s on Hel too… it can’t be good for Team Eyeball when Hel’s that calm and the girls are… distracting… to the kids. *snicker*
Thanks guys! Nicely done page! *looks around for Hod*
Yeah. It’s suspicious. And OE’s big freinds are really nice.
I got my money on the Eyeball, because Hod will distract the ladies.
Hmmmm, I’m not too sure about that, Joshua. The way our cute little Hod can be I’m wiling to lay odds that he has something up his sleeve in regard to both sides… and he’s not on either of them
I would think that Hod would be on Hel’s side, whatever side she’s on.
Honestly, I can’t really tell which way this will go. I mean, Hel is using Valkeryies, for pity’s sake. Usually, she’s a smarter cookie than that…
I think I’ma go with option C: either Loki or Hod or both of them turning this around to their benefit.
What am I saying? Of course they’re gonna turn this around to their benefit….but I still don’t know if Hel’ll get her nonexistant money outta Eyeball.
Loki: “Hel! I am your father, Hel.” *phhhht – phhht*
“Join the dark… oh, wait.”
So yeah… I gotta ask…
Is the third Valkyrie from the left feeling herself? If not, what IS that gloved hand doing? Or am I just imaging this?
Given which Valkyrie that is, she very well could be. Which could be why Thor and Hemod are watching her so intently.
Good eye, Mark. Yep, that is the “frisky” one.
Whaddaya mean “Given which Valkyrie that is”
And that’s just the start of it.
She holding her hand out but it just happens to be right in front of her breast. Seth probably drew it that way to find out who would think the wrong thing. He’s probably subtly checking for interest in a Rated M Valkyries Brat-halla spin-off.
If only we had the time to do one.
I think the question is “Who *ISN’T interested?”
And yeah, I picked up on which Valkyrie it was as well. If it had been any of the others, I would have immediately written it off as just being me. But with the size of the hand to judge distance by…
(Actually, I know NOTHING about that crap, but I used to write a comic and the guy who drew it was always going on about it. I managed to pick up a few terms before my eyes glazed over and my brain quit working. )
Well, it IS a METAL BRA, for Pete’s sake! OF COURSE it needs to be adjusted! Ouch!!!!
Odineye’s Notes: Remember to check that the lion part of your chimera is really is a lion and not a giant sized house cat.
(At least I’m figuring it’s a chimera since there seems to be a scorpion tail coming off it.)
It has a scorpion tail and it’s back feet are webbed duck feet.
…what breast? I don’t see any breasts?!…
Well, they’re not nekkid breasts… they’ve got those form-fitting, cold breastplates to keep them decent.
Decent? I’m lost. Since when were the Valkeryies decent? Did I miss something
What is Hel looking for?
Odineye owes her money from when she ran the Skuul for him several story arcs back.
My money is on Hod getting a second date with Hel, and Loki turning this to his own advantage… provided none of his dolls get demolished in the process.
Did someone mention a slightly more mature Valkyrie comic..? Or did I imagine it… again?
No, you didn’t imagine it. I think that should be the next poll. Q: Who’s interested in a M-version Valkyries comic?
A: *raises hand and waves around frantically* Me! Me me me me!
Is that Frigg on the left?
Just wondering, do Valkeries only go get someone if they die in a literal battle, like with weapons and stuff, or can a metaphorical battle work, too? Like a battle against an illness?
In the Norse culture, dying heroically in a literal battle was the preferred means of dying, because then you could spend eternity fighting all day and partying all night in preparation for the Big One at Ragnarok. Anyone who died of disease ended up in Hel’s domain. Suffice to say, they weren’t keen on metaphorical battles like we are today; reality was harsh enough as it was.
Now, after a thousand years from the height of their worship (i.e. now), things might be a little different… but there are still wars fought here in Midgard, so I’d imagine the Valkyries would still be looking for those who stand up to the Viking ideal of dying in battle while taking out the other guy in the process.
Yeah, look at it like this: If some mook dies of illness, that’s one dude; but if there’s fightin, and that mook goes down killing someone else, that’s at least two right there.
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