How in the hell does a lion beat a vampire?
Unless it had eaten a lot of really garlicky rainbows recently…
the vampire just gets a mouth full of mane when he goes in for the kill. It’s a close run thing though.
Forget the lion. How does an Hispaniolan Solenodon beat a vampire (although the one in the picture does look mean)?
Don’t forget, this isn’t about a fight between a hispaniolan solenodon and a vampire, it’s about a fight between two knights armed with a hispaniolan solenodon and a vampire respectively. It’s very difficult to wield a vampire with any accuracy.
My mind has been blown.
Bomb attack? Then you need to get yourself a hispaniolan solenodon.
Very Awesome. ^_^
This is my favorite.
What’s the device on Sir Axlotl-alot’s breastplate? — a squashed axlotl?
It’s a little axlotl head. Sir Axlotl-alot is not the most imaginative of knights.
I don’t suppose he has to be. A modicum of low cunning is probably sufficient.
True – the axolotl is just a crude bludgeoning weapon. But if he were to try to wield an otter he’d have to learn to be a bit more cunning with it.
divinely daffy! also enjoying SAAS a lot.
I knew getting that panda was a mistake.
Also, the police at Amsterdam airport ride around on segways and somehow manage to do both ‘threatening’ and ‘hilariously ridiculous’ with some panache.
There is certainly something inherently sinister about someone who can pursue you relentlessly at a slightly-faster-than-walking pace across any relatively flat surface. There is no escape!
The complexities of that last panel make my brain hurt!
But once you have mastered the victory matrix no foe can stand against you.
Looks more like a graph than a matrix to me, but I’m only a maths first year.
First rule of victory matrix is: matrices beat graphs.
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