Not everything goes according to plan… but you can’t just sit there when it does. You have to take action.
Tags: Hermod - mythology - NorseThis entry was posted on Wednesday, December 23rd, 2009 at 1:13 am and is filed under Brat-halla, Jr. Pantheon Games.
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It would appear the Hermod can hear Connor as well when he is holding it. In the last panel, I get the feeling from his expression, he now thinks that it was not a good idea to “speak up” to Hermod.
love the expressiveness of the rock…kudos to Seth and Anthony
Connor’s expressiveness is entirely down to Seth, with some great script guidance from Jeff.
I just fill in the blank space with the pretty colors.
And… Happy christmas, everyone!
Connor wasn’t originally intended to be a recurring character, but after I saw Seth’s first drawing of him (he turned out pretty awesome for a rock), I knew I needed to bring him back. We made him a little more animated… and I even put together a fun little character bio for my files (his history is something that might make its way into a future storyline).
Yes things often go awry, hence plan B. Or in this comic, Plan B-12.
hehehe what does a vitamin have to do with Brat-Halla?
B-12 … is for the normal functioning of the brain and nervous system, and for the formation of blood, eg if you can’t out run it you get a healing boost!
It suddenly occured to me… Back at 329, near the start of the “Backup Dad” arc, Zeus was auditioning for the part. Near the start of this arc, at 363, Odin said Zeus was at the Council session, and suggested the games. So, either
A) Zeus somehow found out the Norse gods needed a backup dad and not that that would be because Odin was away, then found out about a council meeting late, turned up and came up with the idea of the Jr. games off the top of his head, or
B) One of the Zeus’ was a fake. LOKI! (Actually, it would make more sense if either A: the one trying to be hired was the OE’s shapeshifting goblin trying to make OE look a better choice in comparison, or B: the one at the council was the shapeshifting goblin setting up the games for one of OEs plots [presumably after OE went to some trouble to keep Zeus unaware of the council meeting, explaining his trying to be hired])
Or, of course, it could be being done by some other shapeshifter with an agenda.
Or I might just be reading too much into a writer oversight >.>
C) Odin the infamous “Wanderer” didn’t spend his entire time away at the Council session.
Or that, of course.
Vain pursuit of Billing’s daughter?
Not exactly what I was thinking… but great reference!
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