Am I the only one getting a “There can be only one” vibe here?
I have a headache -this big-….
There were Two.
Did someone watch THE MIST lat night
Well… that went better than I thought.
Her weapon is stuck in the head of the monster and she got lured into a sense of security by the lack of clear threats to let the feelings catch up to her and initiate an emotional breakdown which can last for hours.
Meanwhile: There were Two.
Thus I say again, that went better than i thought.
Either that or she is throwing up.
My moneys on Gut Puking…the whole stress and first kill combo
Wrong posture for that, she is hugging her knees to her chest.
If that thing took her, it’s probably the only thing that could get her home. I am thinking that might not have been the best idea.
Lost and alive is better than dead at home.
Or even worse, lost AND dead.
Not much choice as I see it.
When we see BB at the beginning of the comic, home is A) a distant memory B) no longer relevant or C) accessible but only occasionally visited, rather like Robert E. Howard’s Conan going back to Cimmeria to visit his mother.
Even as a child, Bunny was pure awesome! Jumping over 10 feet up through a “cage” of sharp stalactites to deliver a death blow to something towering over her with razor sharp talons on its hands? WOW!
Well… that escalated quickly.
I make that a 15′ vertical, 20′-30′ horizontal leap through a spiked cage to one shot a creature easily 100+ times her mass. More to “Bethany” than meets the eye.
When/If she gets home she’s going to have questions.
Bunny-formers! Assassins in disguise…She’s more than meets the eye. (cue Transformers music)
Somewhat an odd choice for this scene someone snapping but if that’s what you want.
For some reason, I was thinking Dare instead of The Touch.
I hope you’re watching, Sherri!
So how did she get those cuts in the sixth panel?
From that creature most likely. Bethany didn’t one shot it but is actually stabbing it over and over, so the monster was likely struggling, though not exactly the clearest of pictures to show.
Now pay close attention students.
Panel 4: Beth-Bunny has already shanked the monster once.
Pn 5: B-B repeatedly stabs tall & evil a few more times as the “devil” flails wildly at her with his claws. Thus causing the many superficial wounds we see in panel 6.
How does it feel to be awesome for the first time, Bunny?
Oh, and totally called it.
have to say this, but proto-bunny got lucky (and let’s hope she remembers this trick next time they meet)
Strange though, the scars aren’t there when she is grown up, so I guess that some sort of heal stuff is available… But still, quite badass, that Lolibunny!
She’s done good. Now maybe Sherri can shake her from her funk and they can escape!
Turns out these things Aren’t immune to their own environment. Time to grab a bunch more spikes, after recovering.
The only thing Bunny didn’t take into consideration: For all she knows, thoses creatures are the only ones to know how to cross the border between worlds. While killing it may be a good thing, depending of what it did to the boy(we may never know), now she may be trapped.
The jailor may have the keys to the cell, but not to the jail. Bunny probably has a long way to go before running out of options, none of which are found in her cell.
So Bunny evolves into Shank Bunny, which will evolve into Blade Bunny?
I thought she was still supposed to be “normal” at this point. I mean, from bookworm to being able to jump 3 or 4 times her own height without so much as a training montage? I hope this gets at least SOME kind of explanation.
Hmm, maybe it’s all happening in her head.
simple addrenalin surge that first wakes up her full potential. fairly common theme in “the chosen/one” type stories where the hero suddenly finds out they meant to save some great disaster.
first fight sudden power surge, then spend months or years rediscovering how to get it back and control it.
Matthew Allen Weeden
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