And I am already shipping them... Yeah, I need help. I would go to Shippers Anonymous meetings, but...
Hi, I'm Bob, and I haven't shipped for 1 month. Hi I'm Jim, and I haven't shipped for 2 years. Hi, I'm Nate, and I haven't shipped for - you know, I'm sensing some serious chemistry between you two. That was some definite subtext right there. *cue rest of the group beginning to comment on it*
Long story short, I got banned for making everyone else start shipping again.
Okay i'm a bit conflicted...This Mordred is awesome and the design of the armor above his shoulder is excelent...But below the shoulder it looks half finished...Still faved it but it's a bit distracting.
funny enough, Hellboy is actually a descendant of mordred.
go read "Wild Hunt" and you'll see that although mordred and all his sons were killed, the daughter survived and she had a daughter who had a daughter...
anyways the final daughter was a woman who fell in love with an old testament satyr or goat-man and their love-child (hellboy) was taken away to some other realm where he was eventually summoned by nazis.
so yeah, hellboy could totally say "f*** you grandpa." to mordred
yer better of usin' yer slippers as a weapon! better than that piece of tinfoil you call a sword! I might actually be frightened if ye weren't wearin' a nightgown! ya look like me nanny! whaddayathinkathat?!
I too thought her good at the role even though my understanding of the Witchblade story was somewhat limited at the start since I saw it before I really knew much at all about the comics source. I was fascinated by the idea that a supernatural weapon would choose its wielder and that many of its past/present/future wielders shared the same face. Of course one episode also pulls at the idea that the Witchblade and its wielders are not linear so the terms past/present/future were not as relevant.
I was also curious about the origins of Nottingham though it would appear that there has been more than one of him at least in the television series.