Chapter 9 | Page 11

Hedda, I missed you!

This page isn’t completely finished yet, but for some reason it was hard to work on! Dunno why, sometimes pages just don’t want to get out. I’ll upload a prettier version sometime over the next couple days.

Thanks for reading! See you next week!


Discussion (33) ¬

  1. Well the page looks great to me! And poor Ibrahim is not having a very good day.

    • No, and his day is not about to get better any time soon.

  2. For some reason, this page looks a bit different… Are the black lines thicker ?

    Very beautiful as always. Loki is particularly awesome today.

    • Haha thanks! And yes originally I uploaded it without the lines colored. It’s amazing what a difference that can make!

  3. It’s because the lines are all black, Baloo.

    • It does look better (and more distinctive) with the lines colored.

      • I usually color the lines in my comics too, it makes everything more lovely.

        I absolutely LOVE the little translucent effects on those water droplets, it’s so cool!

  4. Why is Hedda wearing her old clothes? Wasn’t she shopping for dresses a while ago? Did she just not have time to change?

    • No, she didn’t want any new clothes! She’s fine with what she’s got.

  5. Show a little gratitude Coal; Hedda just saved your person. I think the page looks wonderful.

  6. The time, or maybe the opportunity. She was probably preoccupied with pulling our southern friend here out of the harbor. Our Hedda seems fairly practical.

    • She is! Also who can ignore a flailing teenager in the water?

      Actually probably a lot of people but that doesn’t make it right.

  7. OMG it’s Hedda she’s so cute and it’s been so long and OMG *squee*

    • Yay! Yeah I missed her too.

  8. And now Hedda is officially in charge of “cleaning up the messes our group gets into” aka the hardest job of all!

    • Haha! She will certainly try her best.

  9. Coal (cntd): … now shuddep.

    • Wonder when the others are gonna find out that Loki’s a God and Coal’s an Einerjar?

    • He definitely wants to say that.

  10. HEDDA! :D
    Aww, and Ibrahim is kind of adorable, in a bedraggled sort of way.
    Pfft. Every panel of this is wonderful.

    • Haha, thanks! It was fun to draw Ibrahim looking like a wet rat. :3

  11. Oh, well *done* Hedda! I thought it might be pages before Ibrahim was rescued, and you’re right on top of it! (And well done, Sarah, for figuring out a quick way to move the narrative right along!)

    Also, I hope she gets ample credit for, you know, rescuing Ibrahim. Because I suspect she hasn’t often had the chance to be the hero, and she totally just was. :)

    • Yeah I was glad to think of a way to get back to the matter at hand quickly. Yay!

  12. I am really liking this page it looks good and Hedda is back after I don’t know how long.

    I can’t wait to see what happens next page so until next time keep doing what you do best Miss Sarah!

    • Thank you so much! I missed Hedda too! <3

  13. If Ibrahim knew the source of his dagger, then I have little sympathy for him. Seriously. Think about it. “HAHA, I have a dagger from the Norse God of Trickery! Nothing bad could possibly come of this!”. Yeah, no. If the dagger were given to him in a way in which he doesn’t know the providence, then yeah, he’s in over his head and I don’t blame him one bit for not liking it and being confused.

    It’s a balancing act. When Gods say they need their power back, it gets your attention. And eternal paradise is a really nasty thing to hold over a servant’s head (Coal’s).

    Which really brings us back to Loki. If the god’s really don’t need to fear Ragnarok, now’s a pretty good time to lay out the reasons why. If Ragnarok is a big bloody deal, then sapping the god’s ability to withstand Ragnarok is really kind of a bad idea, and you’d think it apropos to be expected to take responsibility, which Loki really hasn’t done. Especially since he dropped these items on unsuspecting mortals.

  14. I want Ibrahim’s hat. Not only does it look nice, but it stays on in wind, rain, and being thrown a thousand meters into a harbor!

  15. Congrats Ibrahim!
    You now have an adventure bigger than you expected!
    Oh, and welcome to the crew of the Loki Naval Vessel Rollo!

    • I don’t think he wants a welcome.

  16. I just think Ibrahim looks…so adorable…in that third panel! squeeeee!!! <3

    • Haha, thanks! It’s fun to draw him bedraggled.