Ohhhhh… wasn’t expecting that.
I’m still not expecting that.
bet five bucks she gets sentimental and can’t do it.
(that was supposed to have been a reply to bleh’s comment)
CC should come in about now…
…moment meter Rising.
I can’t hear this music without getting an uncontrollable urge to punch the ground…
Bunny is a sociopath and a killer. For all intents and purposes, despite her affable nature, she is effectively lawful evil. If she doesn’t follow through with this I will be deeply disappointed.
Bunny.. lawful… wha?
I would have said she was the personification of Chaos. Chaotic Neutral would be closer to the mark…she does some good acts and some evil acts, but she’s not Gung Ho for good, nor is she a mustache twirling villain.
Sad Bunny is about to do something totally un-Hare like
I actually think this would be Hare like. Bunny sacrificing herself was considered un-Hare like soooooo. .-.
Oh. Poor Kyoto.
NO!!! KILL LUCKY INSTEAD!!!!!!
Sherri beat her to it, Radar.
Perhaps we are missing something that BB hasn’t.
If the dragon is Kyoto’s tattoo it stands to reason it is still attached to Kyoto, or rather Kyoto’s body.
Is it Kyoto’s body that is bound in the circle and the demon is kneeling before BB?
I rather doubt it especially with the way the pages have gone with this. Sherri has the tattoos, but Kyoto is still metaphysically bound to them, thus the apology, justification, and the action BB is about to commit. I do not see this as the two having switched places.
My take on Bunny is that for a long time she was the Hare, a stone cold killer. But Something happened to make her regret what she’d become, this page implies it was the loss of someone she cared about due to her actions. So she invented the Bunny persona. She’s not using this persona to fool others, though it has that effect, but really to try to fool herself; to escape from the person she once was. I’ve suspected almost from the get go that Bunny was a lot more then she seemed, but it’s only in the most recent arc or two that it’s become really obvious, at least to me. She’s a lot smarter, more focused, more perceptive, and when she lets herself be, far more ruthless and pragmatic then she initially let on. But she really does care about Kyoto and Jin. That’s what’s causing her persona to slip.
I’m betting The Hare is the boyfriend she keeps mentioning.
khamya, The Hare is Bunny when separated from Blade for a few days.
I wonder what Mr Tin Cowboy will have to say about this?
Only if you choose to be, Bunny.
Maybe she speculates that the tattoo will break free from Sherry to rescue its host
Best theory I’ve seen so far
You don’t have to be Snidely Whiplash or some other silly cackling caricature bent on world domination to be evil. It can be as simple as being completely self-seeking even if it’s to the detriment of everyone around you. Bunny may be a murderous sociopath, but she clearly lives by a code. Hence why I view her as Lawful Evil.
No, you don’t have to be those things to be evil. However, you aren’t using “Lawful Evil” correctly. She is obviously NOT “Lawful Evil”, and I highly recommend looking up what that term means since you don’t seem to know.
But… she owes her life to Kyoto! And Ao, the Dragon of the South Wind, is going to be really upset if Kyoto gets killed. I hope the Chrome Cowboy steps in before Bunny does something she’ll regret.
No! Don’t do it, Bunny! I don’t want to ‘ship anyone else except Bunny and Sexy Legs!
That’s why said Bunniekins is going to do something un-Hare like: she is not going to do the obvious (which is kill/cut/slice Kyoto)
Shes will slice kyoto but not to kil
If Kyoto is under the influence of Sherri, couldn’t BB kill Kyoto then the tattoo and Kyoto gets resurrected anyway?
sherri doesn’t always res people. she’s kind of a bitch.
Two things: Sherri is sealed in that circle, so her powers won’t work. Next, they intend to kill Sherri. Kyoto dies, it is gonna be permanent.
I’ve not known Bunny to bluff, but this almost seems like a bluff to get Sherri to do something stupid to protect Kyoto.
Otherwise, I’m guessing its to get the tattoo to instinctively pull back to its original host, that it’s still obviously attached to from the last page, possibly giving Kyoto control of it again.
Or angering Kyoto enough that she wills it back to her, and accepts the evil side of her.
To the more wishful thinkers out there,reminder that BB explicitly says: “I can’t save you” to Kyoto, followed by “I win, everyone else dies”.
Odds of Kyoto’s survival are low, and while I really liked the Kyoto/Bunny dynamic, I still say: Do it, Drow.
If I remember correctly, and I may not, I’m too lazy to go back and check, the dragon tattoo of Kyoto’s is a visible representation of a part of Kyoto’s soul, harnessed as a weapon. If that is correct then killing Kyoto kills all of her, including the part Sherri has stolen, and thus stops the only weapon Sherri has currently available to her.
The robot is hunting The Hare and initially thought Bunny was The Hare. I don’t think he’d make such a grievous mistake as to confuse the gender of his target, so I feel that’s unlikely. Possible, but unlikely.
Kuro_Neko: that all depends on if the Tin Cowboy has been programmed to differentiate between genders (or even to know what ‘genders’ are)
CC has at least a basic understanding of the concept. Bunny and Kyoto get addressed as “ma’am” while Jin gets addressed as “boy” or “the boy” when speaking about him. It is also possible that the recognition database does not include gender information concerning “The Hare,” or “Hare” may be a title handed down inside some kind of criminal organization.
If it’s the last, then “Bunny” being offended by being called “Hare” would be far more significant to the plot. It would be like getting the title of a Yakuza or Mafia member wrong.
I have discovered plans to make a real robo cowboy.
Doubtless some dastardly unstated plan to hog-tie our Bunny!
Yorp: let’s hope it doesn’t go all ‘Yul Brenner’ on everyone
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