The Bean 159
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Sven » 20 Nov 2019 » Reply

Granates with skulls…hmmm is the Collector a family member of the Marvel Osborns?

Steve » 20 Oct 2010 » Reply

Do you prefer your goblin crispy or original?
I have a feeling these ones are going to be crispy…

    Trav the bean » 20 Oct 2010 » Reply

    i'm a crispy sort of guy but don't count those little buggers out just yet

Brian » 19 Oct 2010 » Reply

heh glad that they are not elfstones… I'm hoping for acid grenades!!!!

    Trav the bean » 20 Oct 2010 » Reply

    nope not elfstones. AS much as I love brooks story, elfstones would be pure robbery:) sorry no magic stones.

John » 19 Oct 2010 » Reply

Hehe… Goblins are going to get it 🙂 I do wish you posted more often though… I just can’t wait for the next page.

    Trav the bean » 20 Oct 2010 » Reply

    i was thinking 3 days a week, but then I would not be able to keep such a deep reserve of pages. Yet if you pick up the actually books you would be way ahead of the story:)

GermanJ » 19 Oct 2010 » Reply

I think (nearly) everybody enjoys the rhyming troll.
And as always I really love the small details – the skulls in this balls are great and – I think – give the foresight to what will happen next.
Carry on!!!!!!!!

Onasaki » 19 Oct 2010 » Reply

Nifty. I just got through all the archives, and I'm impressed. So far, my favorite character is our rhyming troll. XD

Nemai » 18 Oct 2010 » Reply

Why do the bubbles look like heads? Is that just me going crazy or is it reflections?

Awesome comic by the by. I'm in love with it, and Collector. It is wonderful.

    Trav the bean » 18 Oct 2010 » Reply

    bubbles? heads? are you sure 🙂
    I am glad you are enjoying it

Hoomi » 18 Oct 2010 » Reply

Looks like their commander's confidence that they'll return might be misplaced. I have a feeling these goblins are "red shirts."

co0kiel0rd » 18 Oct 2010 » Reply

Heh, I like the expressions on the goblins' faces in the last panel 😀
I'm excited what'll happen next.

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