Ink Pen by Phil Dunlap for August 15, 2010

  1. Senmurv
    mrsullenbeauty  about 12 years ago

    Try making a call on it.

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  2. Large dd2
    zero  about 12 years ago

    Magic dwarf hand, my Asgard…

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  3. Zappa sheik
    ksoskins  about 12 years ago

    I don’t think the hand has any apps at all, Hamhock; it does make it hard for him to get through the metal detectors at the airport. It’s also dangerous to have around strong magnets.

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  4. Gnome green
    bubujin_2 Premium Member about 12 years ago

    No matter what, you do have to hand it to him.

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  5. Deficon
    Coyoty Premium Member about 12 years ago

    The hand doesn’t go dead if you hold it a certain way.

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  6. David00a
    David Bethke Premium Member about 12 years ago

    This is a repeat from January 2008. Thought I’d seen it before.

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  7. Kittytedd
    Kamino Neko  about 12 years ago

    Getting tricked into sticking your hand in Fenris’s mouth doesn’t really count as saving Asgard…

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    invisifan  about 12 years ago

    @KaminoNeko: Read the myth — It wasn’t he that was tricked; the wolf didn’t trust the gods (rightly) and demanded someone put their right hand in his mouth as a guarantee that he’d be let go (not letting him go was the point & Tyr knew it) so Tyr let him bite off his swordhand to have him bound instead of roaming the city at will.

    dbethke_1959 you’re right — 2008-01-13; it did look familiar ☺

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  9. What has been seen t1
    lewisbower  about 12 years ago

    Wi-Fi? Is that as dependable and universal as phones at the turn of the 20th century?

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  10. V  9
    freeholder1  about 12 years ago

    Forged in the bowels of the earth may explain why most myths are full of bowel stuff. Unlike the new iPhone I suspect the hand actually works well.

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  11. Witch
    lin4869  about 12 years ago

    Nice artwork!

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  12. Wolf
    wolfofodin  about 12 years ago

    It wasn’t just Asgard, it was the world.

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