Yes, I like ‘Thunder Kitty’ hiding in the tree! He’ll so rain on their parade.
No, for one thing, he’s a male dragon. Hrothgar is her dad, (but his blood is mixed with dragon blood), her mother Ydris was all human. Giving birth to Gertrude proved too much for her and she died and Hrothgar, in a snit about his part-dragon baby, ran off to the dragon and made threats about killing her. The dragon threatened to burn all of Daneland unless he brought him the baby (no way he’d let Hrothgar kill his grandchild. The bloodbond the dragon did with Hrothgar made Hrothgar his ‘child’ by blood.) And that’s how she wound up growing up with the old dragon.
Looks like she’s found a safe place to drop off the baby.
That’s our El Cid. Since this is an alternate reality (dragons are real here) I’m basing my conjecture on the behavior of the El Cid in this story. He wouldn’t kill an enemy who couldn’t fight back, so his sense of right and wrong were different from the El Cid of our world.
Gertrude is Grendel’s mom. In this storyline, she raises Beowulf and Grendel together. I’m not sure who this dark-haired child is, but he’s older than Grendel and Beowulf. Maybe he’s the one known as El Cid. He has dark hair and a strong sense of right and wrong he’d have learned from Gertrude.
Yes, the skull in the word balloon is usually a sign the opponent has passed on in ‘Usagi Yojimbo,’ too. So the big bully is gone.
As long as she’s on top good. Now if the ceiling falls on her afterwards, not so good. :D
The way her luck is running, staying home in bed is the way to go.
Holy! She is strong! Now if the baby would finish falling to the ground (you can see the fabric tearing in the first panel) then she could drop that log on Godzilla the Viking.
At this range, it’d get the cops, too.