Trying something a little new here with Hod discussing myths and legends with the other godlings. There’s a lot more I can do with this idea, so let me know if you like it.
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I’ve always wondered that myself, too.
I like it. A sophisticated mythology joke! Brilliant.
no father’s a god to his son…or so my sons have told me…sigh.
Hod just like we love him!!!
a very good idea, amha!!
I give two thumbs up.
I’m digging the new Hod’s Comic.
Hod’s comic is a good touch. I give it a 10 out of 10!
I don’t know many Norse myths, so I’d love to see moe of this. And Hod’s commentary at the end made me smile.
It’s a hoot! More, more!
Thumbs up, this is fun!
I love this! Definitely do more like this one!
Hod’s take on the creation myth is priceless.
this is awsome……i just discovered this site recently and it is a definitly enjoyable twist to norse mythology for an enthusist like myself
Go for it! I love Norse mythology and fun takes on it – so the more inspiration you draw from the Eddas et al., the better!
Keep up the good work.
Oh YES!!! Yes, this totally rocks–PLEASE, more more more!!
I can just see a drunken Frigg trying to explain the origin of things… or Odin trying to tell the kids about S-E-X when they already know… LOL!!
Maybe Tyr could come back and try telling Hod something he thinks little bro don’t know… we haven’t seen Tyr since the Pantheon Games!
It’s always funny to see people attempt to put modern values on old tales. That Ymir was a giant was enough to most people to say why he needed killing. Giants were “monsters’ in every sense of the word, then.
Afterall, why else would it be so out of character and novel to have a friendly giant? If giants were friendly anyway, the adjective wouldn’t be needed. (I still have that tale somewhere, gah, can’t remember the giant’s name).
I likes it. I likes it very much.
Yes. This is a good thing. And Hod is being cute when he’s corrupting the young… Er….
Actually, I can see this as how most myths, especially creation myths, go started. Bedtime stories and stories to kids. Stories about storms during storms to explain them. About the winter through the long winter nights. Etc.
By the way Wynni, Loki is a giant. He was “adopted” as a “brother” to Odin, which is why he is considered a god rather than a giant, at least until he fell out of favor (one practical joke too many) and is supposed to join the giants at Ragnorok.
I like this and would love to see more of it!
I like it, too. So, yes, please, more.
Definitely do more like this. The whole twist-on-mythology thing is why I love Brat-halla so much.
You know one myth I would really like to see— Thor dressed as a girl/bride for the giants. That one always cracks me up.
Sweet! I love it. Keep ‘em coming!
Keep up the great work. The mythology only strengthens the already wonderful comic!
I think that it is an absolutely marvelous idea to have Hod explore his own mythology! Lots of fun for us readers, as well!
i like it as well keep up the good work
I love it, For those of us who are less familiar with Norse Mythology it is a great way to learn more. It gives us an idea what to look up to find the full myth.
I always love how Hod *sees* things.
Sigtrygg: Hell, Cross-Dressing Thor is a whole Brat-halla arc in and of itself. Preferably after Norse Gone Wild, though, as Freya had a major part in it.
Asking the God Of Winter And Darkness for a bedtime story? That’s a new low, even for Thor!
I learned a clever little story about Loki in a joke book which I could share, with a groaner of a punchline…
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