Denver Comic Con
June 30 - July 2, 2017
Well speak of the Devil. Someone was just asking about Max Schnell in the comments…
ièm surprised panzer is enjoying himself also is he german cause his name konstantin seems russian
Konstantin is the German version of the latin Constantinus or Constantine as in “Constatine The Great”. The name found its way into every european country. I don’t know it exactly but Константин might be written the same way when using latin characters.
Why are you surprised that Panzer is enjoying himself while doing his favorite job (with his cannon of… DOOM!)
Even though Konstantin may frown on the wanton cruelty of Magda and Ingo, that doesn’t necessarily make him a good guy. He is, first and foremost, a loyal Nazi, so he has no qualms at all about slaughtering enemies of the Fatherland.
Looks like those last soldiers are about to get SPOOPED! I wonder what kinds of horrible mind powers Der Geist has in store…
Stay tuned! (Though that’s Magda in the last panel. She does’t seem to be interested in the soldiers coming out of the Asylum, but is in a big hurry to get into it. I wonder what she’s after…)
I would say a certain Dr. that is a problem for the Baron.
Or perhaps something else?
I would say the research, though whether to destroy or steal is another question. Killing the Doctor would definitely help though.
For some reason I thought Magda was called Der Geist, don’t ask me why.
Max just kills people with a knife.
You know, it’s kinda refreshing to see a supervillain that uses his powers in that simple (yet effective) of a manner.
Sometimes the simplest tools are the most effective.
I find the idea of a super-fast person with a knife to be pretty terrifying, maybe because it’s so simple.
Exactly- he doesn’t bother with some over-complicated deathtrap, he just slashes your throat before you can possibly react or defend yourself. You just see a blur, and then you can’t breathe, and you find yourself growing weaker as your life spills out.
death traps aren’t about killing there about establishing your absolute superiority over the other party.
Looks like there are several more each in their own personal uniform aka costume.
So unfortunate that the counterparts of thes three (The Golem, Jack Be Nimble, and Lady Liberty) seem to be the least prepared for the rigors of war. Otherwise, the fight might not be so one sided.
Very true. Panzer, Max Schnell, and Die Hexe have all seen their quite a bit of combat by this point, so it wouldn’t be an exaggeration at all to call the encounter one-sided (at least how things stand at the moment).
Excellent and interesting find.
okay also geist’s real name is ingo rosenheim the first part sounds spanish but the last name sounds jewish is herr geist of jewish descent
Actually, Ingo is a German name (perhaps you’re thinking of Inigo Montoya?). Rosenheim is also a German name. According to this article on jewfaq.org, “A lot of the surnames that sound Jewish to Americans are simply German names such as Klein, Gross or Grossman, Weiss or Weisman, Rosen, Schwartz or Schwartzman, Segal, Siegal or Sagal, and anything that contains berg, stein, man, thal or bluth. German surnames are very common among American Jews, and many people seem to have inferred the converse: if most Jews have German surnames, then most people with German surnames must be Jews.”
indeed you and al must have put a lot of time and effort in the research even down to such minutiae detail i’m using minutiae correctly right
When they appeared Geist was floating over the ground. In turn Die Hexe was in this magic shadow form thing.
those character pages have said “coming soon” for an awful long time
It’s shameful, isn’t it? Finishing those up has been on my to-do list for a long time. Tell you what: I’ll commit to getting them done by the end of this month. (Really, this time!)
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