And appears a fierce Cockney shrew. What a comic.
My initial thought was the French parapet taunter from MP and the Holy Grail with a tad of Adam Ant makeup thrown in. Cor! I was soon corrected. Stone the crows!
A shrew with a sword?
*Puts on headband, checks rapier and sling and prepares inevitable Redwall reference*
Yes! Redwall! I was so so so so so addicted to that when I was a teenager..
Oddly enough, my first thought here was actually of Reapicheep – the Narnia character, not the occasional poster here …
Fierce rodents with weapons who ought to be taken very seriously are always adorable.
i too am a fierce redwall fan. EEUUUULLAAALLIIIIAAAAAA!!!!!!!!
I loved Salamandastron…
I was torn between the knight in “Labyrinth” and yelling out “What is your name? What is your Quest? What is the airspeed of a laden sparrow?”
Sunstripe rocked in blood wrath mode. Remember when kids entertainment was dark, twisted, and gory? Good times. Good times.
P.S. As an 80’s baby, I feel obligated to add “The Secret of Nimh” to the list of books/movies about rodents with swords. although I don’t really know why.
African or European swallow?
Beware of troll XD
If he was about 10 feet bigger, he might be able to pass as a very unusal species of troll (only Ursula’s trolls look like cheerful archtypical demon.)
My first two thoughts were Reepicheep and GUOSIM. And after the Secret of Nimph comment, that was third. Man I loved those books/movie.
It’s Sir Didymus! Possibly my favorite aside-character in Labyrinth.
long patrol rejects.
Digger! I know tact is one of your least commonly used tools of communication, but just because the troll is a bit curt doesn’t mean you need to call her a…
Never mind, nothing to see here, move along, folks.
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