“Aren’t I supposed to take the witches shoes?”
Oh dear. Miss good witch Anlise doesn’t seem to like that idea at all does she.
And can I say, that while you creator types (as well as some readers) obviously know a lot more about Oz than I do, it’s kind of awesome that Emma’s working from the same knowledge base as I am, namely, the old movie.
Well, so far all the same factors apply with respect to book or movie. Dorothy had a dog (Toto), killed the wicked witch with her house, and took the silver/ruby slippers because they were hers by right.
*laughing* Yeah, that’s something I love about Emma as well. She only knows the MGM movie, so she’s kinda pumping as much info as she can remeber from it. But since the movie and the books do have differences, she might find that her information will cause her trouble! But this allows us to use Emma as a way to inform and involve the reader, which is great!
Uhoh, this “good” witch seems awful shifty to me. Those ellipses around the “dear” are very suspicious. Very much a “Wicked” vibe, only with less Kristen Chenoweth.
Love this comic btw! Keep up the awesome work!
Aw, thanks for reading!
Dangerous, scary ellipses.
Oh yeah, I don’t trust that witch as far as I could throw her! I’m wondering if the munchkin will rat Em out! 0o
Don’t trust anyone, Emma!
Stay alert. Trust no one. Keep your laser handy.
Yeah, Anlise, you’re not giving yourself points over there.
Okay, evil expressions and dangerous pauses. Your white dress is starting to look like a real cover-up, Witchy-poo.
I hope Emma has some combat training; time for a dive, grab the shoes, roll, and KICK WITCH IN THE FACE.
Of course, one possibility that occurs is that this isn’t the Good Witch of the North at all, but someone DISGUISED as her.
As in, a “Who killed my sister?” someone! She shows up before the good witch does!
And what does Emma plan to do with that purse? Or maybe she just didn’t want someone she didn’t trust yet to have it, just in case… especially someone with powers, maybe the power to bring the other witch back.
Emma’s starting to show her opinions on things. Opinion one – she doesn’t like the idea of burning things “alive”.
I figure she’ll use it as a purse until she finds someone who can magic Selva back, and then have that done with Selva in a position to talk rather than zap. The idea here is NOT to allow someone to BURN SELVA TO DEATH. Okay, the handbag form *probably* can’t feel anything right now (though in Oz it’s not at all a sure thing, given that they have things like cities of walking, talking utensils, china dolls and stuffed animals), but if it’s burned you can presume that Selva’s dead, gone, shuffled off this mortal coil, gone to meet her Maker, kicked the bucket, joined the BLEEDIN’ CHOIR INVISIBLE, become an EX-WITCH!
And anyone who would take a helpless opponent and burn them to death is NOT a “Good Witch” by any definition *I* like.
I really love the theories you guys come up with! *laughing* You,ll see!
Also, a roll-kick-shoe-stealing would be quite hilarious.
I’m sure it’s not in your genre, so to speak, but I love cross-genre stuff. So that would be the “Emma, mild-mannered student who just happens to exercise by taking Karate classes since she was FIVE” method. But grabbing up the shoes would be a wise move right now.
“You say ‘shoes’; leverage, says I.”, as Jack Sparrow might say.
I do not like how she said “dear.” Anlise=Morally Ambiguous Witch of the North!
That white looks awfully gray.
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OO! OO! I know how Emma should respond!
She’s a nice modern girl, surely she’s seen someone playing MMOs or RPGS. “I killed her, I get to take her stuff. Got to be worth XP and I can always sell it in the next village.”
I think that would be Ben’s line!
HIT HER WITH THE PURSE! HIT HER WITH THE PURSE!!!!! \o/
I thought for a sec that was something you would say and got sad. I’m now happy how.
Well, it was either that or ‘Poop in her hand! Poop in her hand!’ and I figured ‘Hit her with the purse’ was a bit more socially acceptable. ^^;;
I always knew that the Good Witch was too sugary to be true.
Same with the White Queen from the Alice In Wonderland film.
All of her mannerisms promote a feeling that she is hiding things. Both positive and negative. Well done.
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