October 11th, 2007


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Discussion (17)¬

  1. Richard says:

    And appears a fierce Cockney shrew. What a comic.

  2. Stuball says:

    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!

  3. BunnyRock says:

    A shrew with a sword?

    *Puts on headband, checks rapier and sling and prepares inevitable Redwall reference*


  4. Juelya says:

    Yes! Redwall! I was so so so so so addicted to that when I was a teenager..

  5. TekServer says:

    Oddly enough, my first thought here was actually of Reapicheep – the Narnia character, not the occasional poster here …


  6. Lemming says:

    Fierce rodents with weapons who ought to be taken very seriously are always adorable.

  7. zowski says:

    i too am a fierce redwall fan. EEUUUULLAAALLIIIIAAAAAA!!!!!!!!

  8. Taylor says:

    I loved Salamandastron…

  9. Tarnish says:

    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?”

  10. Trogdog says:

    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.

  11. Tindi says:

    African or European swallow?

  12. Kisame says:

    Beware of troll XD

  13. Emma says:

    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.)

  14. LordofAges says:

    My first two thoughts were Reepicheep and GUOSIM. And after the Secret of Nimph comment, that was third. Man I loved those books/movie.

  15. Dominic says:

    It’s Sir Didymus! Possibly my favorite aside-character in Labyrinth.

  16. BoardEntity says:

    long patrol rejects.

  17. JET73L says:

    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.