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So much WIN FOREVER.
Especially the Burn Notice reference. Fucking Bruce Campbell.
Oh Man! I can totally hear him doing the voice-over now! *WIN*
So true… I read the comment, then reread the page and it just came together on a whole new level
Well, we know who will play gravedust in the movie
Gravedust has little to nothing to do with today’s page, other than being in a few panels.
yep, I’ll never hear Byron as anyone but Michael Weston now…it’s a foregone fact.
Just like Bruce Campbell
Oh Byron, nun you’ve done it.
Does Bandit have a….mustache? It’s the SECRET WEAPON!!
It’s her upper lip. :P
NUN of them saw that one coming!
NUN SHALL PASS!
Iâ€™m a little disappointed that we didnâ€™t see the ax Byron threw hit a nun in a face.
Though it still caught their eye and left them nun the wiser to a flak.
Talk about a hole in nun!
“When you’re a berserker…”
leave nun alive.
‘try to use surprise. a good way to not surprise people is to break a window before even opening the door or running up stairs to your target…’
is it weird that i hear byron narrating as if he was reading a recipe?
Actually, they all seem to be closing in on the door opposite from where Byron makes his grand entrance – the door beneath the broken window. I’d call it fairly effective surprise via misdirection.
i dunno. and that’s distraction, not surprise- the nuns would have known something was up…if he could get up the stairs without alerting any sisters at all, surely that would be a better outcome?
He’s attacking from a completely different direction than the one he made them expect with the axe-window bit – hence, the surprise.
Also, if we want to be pedantic, by priming them first and then faking them out, he’s effectively made them waste a round (or two) of buffs while they wait, and any readied actions the nuns have prepared to “smack the first thing through this door” are now wasted, and he gets first initiative in all subsequent rounds of combat.
Well, the alternative was to kick the door in and shout a la Keanu Reeves …
“Dude, I’m an FBI Bastognian agent!”
Otherwise, with what resources were available, probably the best plan this side of a wheelbarrow, a holocaust cloak and Andre the Giant.
“Have fun storming the cathedral”
“Think it’ll work?”
“It would take a miracle.”
NO I’M TOO LAE! T.T T.T T.T T.T :((
kick ass, save bitchy girl
Save the bitch, save the world!
what a twist!!
Yeah, and that made me realize that every time I read Byron’s little explanation monologues I always use Micheal Weston’s narrative voice in my head. I feel slightly ashamed now since I rarely actually watch burn notice and I think the main character is kinda ugly in the face.
Remember, guns make you stupid, duct tape makes you smart.
…is that nun swinging a bladed ruler? I think I love this comic even more now.
Yeah, they’ve had those since the beginning. You can get an even better look at them on chapter 1 page 6.
Being on the receiving end of those is what inspired Frigg to drop her ‘spring break’ look. Yet another reason for us to hate these nuns.
For the reason Byron decided against PURE surprise, re-read the previous page.
FINALLY. FINALLY BYRON HITS SOMEONE *ELSE* IN THE HEAD.
Byron is definitely on my badass list.
Why isn’t Byron using his axe?
Also is the BERSERKER thing just good publicity or we actually gonna see him murder everyone in every way possible by axe?
I recall an incident involving Kobolds… Chapter 1 Page 10
It may have something to do with the fact that i am an atheist, but for some reason i just love watching them beat the crud out of those nuns! :D
and michael weston is awesome even if he is funny lookin…
Burn Notice reference — WIN.
Gah. I too will always hear Byron as Michael now. >.>
Michael Weston! That’s exactly who Byron reminds me off!
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