and on ==>
anyone else see this coming a mile away?
Best sound I’ve heard all night.
Oh my it looks like they were making the herp derp face and got stuck that way. They should have listened to their mothers.
Mommas don’t let your babies grow up to be sparklepires.
i like fwooooooosh better than splat, but my favorate onomatopoeia is and always will be thwack
I think some of the sound effects from guilded age would be fitting here as well. KER-PWN!
Yeeeeeah… See the trouble with slaying a dragon with a sword, is that first, you have to get within reach of that dragon and well… He’s not exactly gonna just stand there to be slain
I’m just heck of amused that there’s so many GUYS out there X_x (If we can use this term here )
The great irony is that the multicultural vampires HAD the dragon stuck in place so it could be slain, and then the sparklepire in chief interfered for the sake of his own overblown ego, ruining what is probably their only chance of actually giving Fafnir anything more then a bad master to worry about.
And on that note Vlad is an awesome master, so Fafnir isn’t worried.
@ zerg, vlad is probably going to see that the outcast vampires are pretty badass/non sparkly and offer them work or something.
Am I the only one to notice that the male Sparkle-loser-demons all have the same hairstyle?
I have to admit, I love the expression on the one burning sparklepire skull. Zergling and Beef, I agree that that would all be pretty awesome (Multicultural Vampires Unite) but somehow I can’t quite feel confident that Vlad is actually a “good” master for Fafnir… impaling people is hardly the same thing as trying to open a puppy hospital run by Penanggalans (or however you spell what Penny is… nobody seems to agree), and Vlad is hardly heroic (or at least liberal). I really do have to buy a copy of American Idolatry to figure out what happened then.
@Joy different paths to the same end perhaps?
Well, I wouldn’t call Vlad a ‘Good’ master in the sense that he’s all sunshine and rainbows. I mean, he was declared a saint by the Greek Orthadox church, for killing LOTS and LOTS of muslims when the Ottaman turkish empire tried to invade the Carpathians, but mostly, they Sainted him, so he would kill them as well.
Vlad the Impailor got his nickname, because he wiped out whole towns this way. He did it to HIS OWN PEOPLE to prevent them from rebelling. His enemies, he would have boiled alive in oil, buired alive, bricked up inside of walls, covered in pitch and then burnt alive, given the Blood Eagal (You don’t wanna know)… Hell, Vlad’s enemies would be lucky if he just shoved a sharpened stave up their arses and let their own body weight drive it up through their bowels and organs slowly. Put simply, Vlad the Impailor, was just slightly nicer than Simon Cowel (Another candidate, I think Fafnir needs to visit, see my previous comments about Fafir meeting Kanye West).
Vlad is a Good master, in that he knows what to do with Fafnir and is, in this case at least, putting him to a good use. Maybe the Multi-cultural vamps can put Faffers to work afterwards… Ooooh, I just got the image of Faffers being used to rescue abandonned or abused puppies to bring to the puppy hospital.
First things first, words do not describe how beautiful the combination of sound effects and those blood arcs are. Froggy go squee. > w <
Secondly, as to the theorizing, if he eats the puppies, well…the point is that at least Faffers tried.
And thirdly, I am definitely turning on the charm to my own caretakers here at the loony bin to see if they'll get me a copy of American Idolatry for my 18th birthday this Friday. If they let me outta the straitjacket long enough, I'll send pictures!
Gentlemen, you have been rssed! That is the maximum of adoration and compliment I can give to a webcomic.
I get that, Cameron, but I have to wonder… in Barack to the Future, we knew who the good guys were (Barack Obama and Jon Stewart… and Fafnir, of course). However, in this episode, we seem to have been mostly following Edward (and he’s obviously not the hero of the story), mostly sympathizing with Penny, Aggy, etc, (who have all been forgotten by the other players in the story)… and Vlad, though he has the necklace controlling Fafnir, only recently was revealed as anything more than a shadowy figure. We haven’t really had time to get to like him (though the impaling vampires on regular streetside objects and loathing towards Meyers goes a long way for that). I do have to wonder why Vlad didn’t have Fafnir destroy Stephenie Meyers, though… you’d think that’d solve the problem neatly, and she clearly doesn’t have any survival instincts.
Using Fafnir to destroy Meyers, would be like using napalm on a termite mound: Spectacular, but ultimately a waste. Vlad could destroy Meyers any time he wanted, without Fafnir’s aid, but mighty as he is, the Sparklepires still outnumber him massively and so he’d need to save the big guns for them. Once the Sparklepires are reduced to handfuls of whiny, pussy-whipped ashes, he’ll be free to turn Meyers into an amusingly shaped stain on the wall
But CAN Vlad kill Meyers? She is an oracle. He’s a character. He might be mystically incapable of touching her (on the other hand, given her looks and apparent odor, I am PHYSICALLY incapable of touching her, but that’s another matter entirely)
It seems to me that this thing’s plot is starting to take a back seat to the random killing.
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