Iron Man #250, December 1989, cover by Bob Layton
This weeks lunch sketch Theme was King Arthur. I decided to go with old man Merlin.
Last three genderbent knights created by the kind anon who posted all the previous cards (at the tag ‘dolls’). These one are: Tristan (The rose is for Isolde) and two bonus characters, both of which are from Monty Python and the Holy Grail Dame Robin the Not-Quite-So-Brave-As-Dame-Lancelot and Patsy (with the re-emergence of the beautifully plumage’d Norwegian Blue)
“God damn you to Hell, Mordred!”
“Very likely.” It was his standard response whenever I, or anyone else, damned him. “Indeed, I have had it on the authority of a saint that my damnation is a fact already recorded wherever they record such matters.”
I want the whole of Idylls of the Queen tattooed on my chest
omg is Kay hair with two colours? BEAUTIFUL.
a little late, but here’s a merlin for sketch dailies!
"…he asked our Granny that she would become the wife of himself, instead of being with our Grandfather at all. But the chaste and beautiful Countess of Cornwall—"
"Granny," said Gaheris.
Gareth exclaimed: “Sorrow take it, will you give us peace?” There was a muffled argument, punctuated by squeaks, bumps and complaining remarks.
"The chaste and beautiful Countess of Cornwall," resumed Gawaine, "spurned the advances of King Uther Pendragon, and she told our Grandfather about it.""
The Young Orkney Brothers in Chapter 1 of “The Queen of Air and Darkness” by T. H. White, who was born May 29th, 1906.
This is my favourite part of the book.
Here you go! Dame Kay, at your service. ^^
(I’m so sorry if she didn’t push through last time! DX)