Denver Comic Con
June 30 - July 2, 2017
Talk about some serious friendly fire in the last panel there?
hmm o was that guy a traitor.?
al i liked your guest comic over at way ward sons
I think the guy was possessed by the fourth German supersoldier. It seems to be very common to give ghost-like characters the ability to possess people along with phasing and flight.
hey new here ,just read the all comic today and is just great .
waiting for more 😀
Thanks, Stevo, and welcome!
err… “panzer” doesn’t mean tank, it means armor. ie panzerkampfwagen (i think i misspelled that), which is the long form for tank, means armored fighting vehicle.
Thanks, redplauge. I confess that I did not know that. However, “panzer” has become a colloquialism for “tank,” at least in the U.S. (as seen here). And since the captions in this film were added by Americans, I think it still fits, in context.
Actually, redplauge… “Panzer” is absolutely a very common german name for tank. My expertise? Served in the german armed forces…
Even in WW2, Tysker is correct. While panzer is technically “armored”, the Germans apparently also used panzer as a short name for tank. Because “Achtung! Panzer!” is easier to yell on a battlefield than “Achtung! Panzerkampfwagen!” Catchier too. 😀
Erm, so in this reality did the US not nuke Nagasaki? That’s cool I guess… Nice for the Nagasakans anyway…
Right. This will all be explained in more detail eventually, but the idea is that since Germany was still in the war, thanks to their Übermenschen, the U.S. intended to use one bomb on Hiroshima, and the other on Berlin. But as Hightower alludes to in this page, the bomber sent to Berlin didn’t make it.
Aaah, yeah that makes sense, the whole Manhattan Project was a response to rumours of the Nazi’s own Atomic Weapons research anyway, so they’d be a primary target…
You got some link banners! Very cool, I will make use of one. And thanks for linking me, btw. This comic is one of my favs.
Thanks, Arlene, you flatter us! I haven’t gotten caught up on Shadows of Enchantment yet, but it is on my reading list!
You know, those guys that go immaterial and can take over other people or disrupt electrical equipment REALLY tic me off…where’d I put my emp grenade.
A little late but weren’t there 2 atom bombs used on Japan? So if one fell on Berlin, that would make it 3 right?
Yes, there were two bombs, called Fat Man and Little Boy. In the real world, both bombs were dropped in Japan, which was the only Axis power still fighting in August of 1945. But in our story, since the Übermenschen have kept Germany in the war longer, one bomb was dropped on Hiroshima, and the other was sent to Berlin.
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