I debated having Gretel see that it is just the ghost and have only Hansel fooled but she has the lower brain function so it didn’t make sense. Sorry, girlie. Maybe next time:)
Wonderful update as it was great to see Hansel and Gretel overcoming their trial of fear. Here’s Hoping they’ll take the spirit’s advice and try to stay by their allies side during the coming adventures.
Something tells me Gretel may have something to say about what they learn. If Gretel is similar to the Savage Hulk from the comics, then I can see her telling the difference between friend and foe. At least a bit simple and not like her brother’s complex way of seeing friend from foe.
Also if the Siblings can truly play with their teammates, then can they train with them ?
I mean surely Gretel boxing and fighting techniques can be honed in with some help and with Hansel supervising it.
Good points:) And in answer, yes, they can all train together. You asked a question a few strips ago as far as a place for them to practice or train and the answer is yes. It’s more like the X-men’s danger room, as the Library is sentient and can make whatever it chooses for them but if it feels threatened it will not supply anything at all but misery as in the case of Jack and his fire. Yes, they can and probably do train together… as long as they get along. Some heroes don’t play as well with others as you’d think:) Hanstel actually prefers to be alone… in that he is alone yet accompanied by his brawny sister. His favorite place to “train” is in one of Dr. Muffet’s three labs, located in the Library.
You know what they say about “All work and no play…”
Hansel just needs to lighten up a bit. I mean he can still be smart, but there’s a time for fun and a time for brain power.
I can almost tell that Gretel wants to befriend their teammates. I mean if Hanstel is truly polar opposites of each other in terms of personality, but they still have a strong Sibling bond.
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What day of the week should the full comic come out on?