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Boy, I hope this pays off for Arazel . . .
Sounds like she has had experience as a babysitter, or a much older sister.
Also, cheap shot to Herc, in what is likely to be one of his few “weak spots”, his ego. Good for her.
Monkeys always make me happy too!
Baby Arazel is SO cute!
It’s funny that Loki even counts as a junior god. He’s really as old as Odin.
OK, comments are a bit slow this week so I thought I’d chip in this one. There’s a kind of cool (or not) optical effect with Herakles in the fourth panel. Remember those optical illusions where you could either see a pretty young woman or a haggard crone depending on how your eye/brain interpreted the picture? Well, same here.
When I first saw H, my brain took the top of his chin to be his mouth in a small frown, before very quickly recomposing it as it is meant to be. If you can will yourself to see both, H will alternate between smug Greek god and snooty Parisian waiter with half a moustache…
I saw that (both versions too)… sometimes I see things in comics (not just this one but a few others) like that but I’m never quite sure if it is deliberate or just happenstance! I also see things that I know are definitely not intentional like stick people faces in a wall, birds in people’s hair, or other wackier things.
For example: I see two (three if you really try hard) small stick person type faces in the last panel on the wall just under Loki’s chin… you can either see a small face making an “ooo” mouth or, in the same spot a side view face of one eye (using the former ooo” mouth as the eye) and a smirk on the brick. The third is: take the smirk from the second face again as a mouth and above it is two dots for eyes. Definitely all unintentional.
Mind you;… I also saw Peter Rabbit’s mother standing on a cliff in the first panel but that could just be my crazy imagination kicking in!
And yes, I like watching clouds and making pictures from them too LOL (who hasn’t?)
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