Misery Chord wrote:Except Samantha is wielding a sword that cannot harm the innocent, and presumably Blossom fits that category.
The topic of who this sword could/couldn't hurt, is like Bells head in this page. It's been driven into the ground.
We have yet to see this sword's blade make contact with anyone since Sam picked it up.
All we've got to go on is that one episode of Samurai Jack, where Aku stole Jack's sword. I'm not even sure if that concept is canon in this comic. For all we know, that sword could go straight through Blossom, like a hot knife through butter. If moral discrimination isn't a factor here, then I think that blade could cut down anyone of them (More specifically, Blossom, Buttercup, or Bell), despite their super strength.
Misery Chord wrote:Can I start calling Buttercup "The Green Cyclone?" Not only do I like the use of the move, that final panel is a great homage to the original official art of Zangief's signature move.
I don't know if Buttercup put the spin in it, like Zangief.
strider0075 wrote:Got to agree with firebird there. Isn't there sayings that go along with that idea. Like "a cande always burns the brightest before dying" or "never fight a cornered tiger". I may be off on these sayings, but they basically mean the same thing. Someone on the losing side of a fight is that much more dangerous.
I sorta agree. Although I think Blossom has the advantage here with Samantha losing her cool; it's possible that Samantha could do something completely irrational in her blind rage, that would catch Blossom off guard. But what?