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She got fucked up!
Frigg can take it.
She’s second to nun.
A nun pun.
I like it
Sadly, it was completely nunintentional.
And yet, completely habit-forming.
Wait, we already had that pun, didn’t we? Ah well. Reuse as necessary.
Well, then i guess we better break the habit of over-using habit jokes then?
Wait a sec… Ah man, i did it too! -.-’ ;) ^^
you coulda done that better if you’d eNUNciated.
All the nun puns I can think of seem kind of played out after the flood of them that were posted the last time we saw the girls, but I still feel like I must make one.
I just can’t kick this habit.
Nun shall pass! :P
I have a feeling shes gonna be showing the mother who’s superior.
That’s nun to shabby, I’ll give you that.
Ohhhh, the Nuns are into B&D…..nasty.
You got to love Frigg’s Attitude. ” ‘Sup” indeed.
Also, is it just me, or is Frigg wearing Boxer-Briefs?
There were limited options on medieval underpants. The “bra” part was taken from what little I found of Greek underwear.
You didn’t have to do go through all that work! Why not just save yourself some time and draw her naked next time? No?
Goddamnit I love Frigg. “Sup”! Hot damn!
…Frigg’s a girl?
Yeah, near as I can tell anything resembling a modern brassiere didn’t come up until the late 1800s. Before that it was a corset or nothing at all. It would also make sense for a “warrior woman” to bind her chesty bits to better fit armor. I’d say you did a nice job. Then again, I’m a truck driver so what the hell would I know?
It is true that a corset would be a retarded idea for anyone who has an active lifestyle.
I wonder if it means something bad about me, that I didn’t even think Frigg’s attire was odd until someone commented on it, and even then, I was all “Well, they didn’t have bras then, and breast binding just makes sense if you’re wearing plate armor…”
I am a strange sort of geek n.n
Nope, that was exactly my reaction Hawk, I don’t see why that would be weird… XD *exults in shared geekiness*
On the other hand, some women (peasants, farmers and the sort), according to what I’ve read, DID wear corsets for regular life, just more loosely laced.
That was my reaction as well.
Quite a few of my friends wear corsets while engaging in a fairly active activity.
In particular, for an active female, it’s *painful* to have big fatty things jouncing around while you run around or bash monsters in the head. Aside from the eminent practicality of binding for armor, it’s simply a little less uncomfortable than letting it all hang loose.
Long as you keep your diaphragm free, of course.
I dunno, if you were doing a lot of fencing, then the whalebone makes for pretty sturdy armour.
Really, it does.
my gf says “corset = no problem with active lifestyle”, she fences in one at renfairs,… crazy white bi… oh hi honey :)… ouch!
Oh.. I just saw ahdok’s comment…
But once the fair’s over she’s not still wearing it.
yep… she wears it, likes it a lot, of course she dresses victorian goth a lot. works for me :D
truly… tis a tad jealous i am….
anywho. yeah, i saw and i didn’t even pause. meh. geeks of a
feather think together i spose.
Sister Claire and Guilded Age both update their RSS on the same night: Coincidence, or God’s Plan?
Hmm, I’d have thought the Sisters would train in nun-jitsu instead…
I’d have thought they’d train in judo, which is all about throwing your opponent to the floor.
That way their primary weapon would be the nun-chuck.
…Well that pun was just stu-::SPONTANIOUS JOYGASM::
Second panel, kung-fu nuns.
Ah, torture. Never gets old.
chips dips chains whips… it’s a partywhen the mead shows up woohoo!
I’m predicting that in the next panel or two we’ll get a chance for a refrain of “UH oh, Frigg’s gonna fuck y’all UP!” Much merriment ensues.
…. and there was much rejoicing….
Frigg’s got nice bedroom eyes in that last panel.
Gah! Jeeze! That is one messed up mug. Gotta hand it to Frigg though, she takes it stoically.
You got a little, like, a little something… it’s… no, it’s lower… I mean, is that blood, or…? Yeah-no, you had it for a second. It’s kind of… umm…
Hey, you know what? I’ll come back in a few minutes.
There’s some freaky perspectie going on in panel 3.
That would be the black railing.
Looks like Frigg is back to revisit the spring break look.
I can hear the music now “Everybody was Nun-Fu fighting!”
“See these eyes so green, I can stare for a thousand years. Colder than the Moon, it’s been so long…”
I forsee one of two things happening when the gang gets here to rescue Frigg.
1: Frigg has already rescued herself, but appreciates the gesture anyhow.
2: More likely, we finally get to see Byron flip out on someone and be the badass berserker he’s advertised as.
Byron being a “badass berserker” is an idea being advertised for a while now… Im not sure at all how that applies to him, really… he enjoys using his axes, and in the very first semi-storyline (the volcano one) he is included as one of the “fighters” that surprised Gravedust by showing restraint… but other than that he was one of the most level-headed characters shown… and definitly the most reasonable human one.
Maybe he is “berserker” just in title?
I’ve been thinking that too, ironic title… like a big man named tiny, tall man named shorty or a democrat named pres… sorry, that was just soooo easy.
LOL…LMAO (can’t stop)
Why do I get the feeling that the “nuns” she’s talking to are the group in disguise?
Is this the classic aren’t you a little short to be a stormtrooper moment?
While that mother superior’s face is rather manly, I doubt the party get there quite this fast.
Hmmmm….. ever watch Monty Python… her face belongs in that habit then right?
NOBODY EXPECTS THE NUN INQUISITION!!!
that must’ve taken a while to cause so much damage just poking her with pillows…..
Who’s your mother superior?
Hey! It’s Frigg!
And she’s lost a few hitpoints.
I always knew hitpoints were red.
This is NUN-believable!
Would their Nun-Fu stand up to Jew-Jitsu?
This wins the monotheistic internet. Congratulations.
There’s muslim chance that other monotheistic religions may have their own fighting styles, islam as we’re on the topic.
Well, there’s Christiani-Chi, for one.
Can we get Ahura!
Cthulu-fu they all die for his glory before battle.
Roses. But of course they grow the only flower able to draw blood.
I’m disappointed with all of these puns. We’ll have nun of that here!
Well, I’m eager to see how Frigg deals with the situation. I’m sure she’s only hanging out until she has the chance to do the most damage and cause the most chaos, while simultaneously ensuring that either nun of them can follow her, or that there’s plenty of distance between the convent and herself. Before the explosion.
Didn’t the Cathedral have a smoke stack when it was first introduced?
It does look different, however it could very likely just be a different cathedral in the area. I bet the order in general wants to bring Frigg back to the fold at this rate.
I thought this was an entirely different cathedral, y’know, as it’s only got the big eye, and not the same motif at the top of two giant windows (like the original cathedral did.)
Also, I’m pretty sure Frigg burned the first one down.
Did anyone else look at that last panel and think “when did Frank Miller sign up as a guest artist”?
(I’m thinking of The Dark Knight Returns/Strikes Again, but I’ll bet the sisters would say Frigg looks like Sin City…)
You’re so mean to me. :(
What? O.o I’m not trying to be mean (and I haven’t actually read any of Sin City, that was just a horrible pun). I just think it looks like Mr. Miller’s drawings of people who have had the crap kicked out of them…
Those nuns are about to loss another monetary to the Frigg.
Nun shall survive!
In the end there can be only Nun.
At the end of this day, one shall stand, Nun(s) shall fall!
And nun shall pass?
I’m starting to suspect more than a few readers really haven’t guessed what a berserker is.
A berserker *is* someone who has learned to control his rage. A berserker is a class of warrior that knows a technique to induce a fury at will. They berserk. And, though letting go of control, they harness it to fight stronger.
Byron hasn’t seen a situation on-panel yet which has called for a berserker rage That’s all.
…but he has seen several situations that have called for being unconscious.
Actually, I’m quite familiar with what a berserker is, both in literary terms and a few theories as to what historical ones were all about.
My point had been, aside from him thrashing a few kobolds, Byron has not shown any significant fighting prowess to warrant those cards he carries around.
He’s been rendered unconscious on multiple occasions and has lost every fight he’s been in aside from the aforementioned kobolds.
Love the character, but I’m wondering if self promotion is how he got his reputation.
frigg is awesome!
is it wrong to enjoy panel four?
is it wrong to comment so much on one page….?
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