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  • Darkoneko Hellsing

    …that evil grin on the last panel :D

    • Hasn’t she heard that you never laugh at live dragons?

      • Darkoneko Hellsing

        I’m afraid this one breathes something much grosser than fire

  • sal

    Boy, she’s got things planned to a T, doesn’t she?

  • mistrali

    Alexa to the rescue!

  • Mela

    Crack-Theory: She’s actually a spirit masquerading as a human as well.

    • Nonesuch

      Heh. Yeah, that did occur to me as well, except it’d have to be a very precise summons to move in right after the flour bomb went off — and it needed to be vulnerable to the hypno-cake like a human, or at least able to fake such vulnerability convincingly enough to fool one of the Seven Deadly Sins. Quite a tall order…

  • Nomen

    I’m sorry, but trifles do amuse (the taste buds of) this human.

  • Laurie

    Gotta hazard a guess: did Alexa write something in Rosie’s cookbook that might appear on the outside?
    Anyway, even though Gluttony has several pie-holes, it seems to have but one brain and touchy emotions (those,deadlies, so easily wrought up! Weak spot in the self control department ;D). How many places can it be at once, if Alexa keeps its attention?

  • JWLM

    So if the owner looked like Mephistopheles, Gluttony sure looks like Baal.

    • Just so long as he (she? it?) doesn’t smell like Baal…

    • I don’t know. To me it looks more like she completely dropped the Baal. In fact, things look like they’re about to go Baals up for her.

      If I were her, I’d take this opportunity to take my Baal and go home while things were still relatively on the Baal.

      But hey, that’s just the way the Baal bounces.

    • Nymphadora

      I think gluttony looks more like something from the Cthulhu mythos, like Azathoth or Abhoth or something.. Yog-Sothos, maybe?

      • Nymphadora

        *Yog-Sothoth, is what I meant… *embarressed*

  • Volk0v

    Was the spirit summoned and took over, or did the spirit summon them and that’s why they can’t leave the circle?

    THE PLOT THICKENS haha no
    *swats self with a newspaper*

  • Sanjay Merchant

    One of the bolder ways I’ve gathering intel that I’ve seen….

  • Tikatu

    So, if the whole hotel is in the circle, Rosie doesn’t even have to be in the room to cast her summons! Pretty neat!

    • Del

      I am relieved…

      I was starting to worry about where they would fine enough chalk!

  • davidbreslin101

    I love panel 4- stern profile, eyes forwards, Alexa feels so in control she doesn’t even spare a glance to check Nora’s exit worked.

  • Nonesuch

    Angry villains who monologue; shooting themselves in the foot since communication was invented. :p

    • Sanjay Merchant

      But it doesn’t have a foot.

    • billydaking

      Actually, this isn’t monologuing; this is Alexa tricking the spirit in giving her a bit of important information. Monologuing would be the villain going on and on in detail, nearly unprompted, about their plans.

    • One could argue that they were doing it before communication was invented too. The heroes just didn’t know it because the monologue wasn’t being communicated.

  • Oh boy, here comes the master stroke.

  • pdSlooper

    Just finished re-reading the archives of Widdershins. Just want to say, this is a really well done comic and a joy to view. I especially appreciate the word choice that goes into dialogue, it goes a long way for characterization (and scene setting, and foreshadowing). Looking forward to reading the rest!

    • Aw, thanks! What a lovely thing to say, I’m very glad you’re enjoying it!

  • Bad. Ass.

  • Nick Godby

    De`ja vu again and again….

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