Kay and P

Life when your best friend is a skeleton. - Updates Tuesdays and Thursdays!

Kay and P, Issue 23 - Page 18

6th Mar 2018, 12:00 PM in Issue 23
Average Rating: 5 (3 votes) Rate this comic
Kay and P, Issue 23 - Page 18
<<First Latest>>

Author Notes:

Jackie M 6th Mar 2018, 12:00 PM edit delete
Jackie M
Oh look, Jack's being mysterious. THIS IS MY SURPRISED FACE.

Support Kay and P on Ko-fi!


Subscribe in a reader




Facebook
Twitter
deviantArt
tumblr
Get Books
Get Swag

© 2018 J. Musto. No reproduction, copy, or use without prior authorization from the owner.
Post a Comment

Comments:

jas 6th Mar 2018, 12:37 PM edit delete reply
jas
P's expression is priceless! :)
Jackie M 6th Mar 2018, 2:18 PM edit delete reply
Jackie M
Busy trains when people can't see you is very uncomfortable I'm sure! (But at least he can keep Kay from falling over if it stops short, ha ha)
Guest 6th Mar 2018, 1:22 PM edit delete reply
The lady in the red dress looks scary
Jackie M 6th Mar 2018, 2:19 PM edit delete reply
Jackie M
What, having a hollow torso is scary or something? XD
Wyrd 6th Mar 2018, 11:55 PM edit delete reply
Ah! She's a woodwife! I was thinking something more serpentine, or possibly a harpy, but that's because I saw the hole in her back as a tattoo.
grenli 7th Mar 2018, 9:36 AM edit delete reply
grenli
I couldn't tell what she was. I don't know a lot of legends, so I think it's educational and interesting that you incorporate so many and make them fit into modern life. I thought she was a sexy redcap.
DocMesa 6th Mar 2018, 2:45 PM edit delete reply
Ooo, a huldra. That's one of the things I like about Kay and P - we get to see some of the more obscure mythological beings.
Grindzy 6th Mar 2018, 5:41 PM edit delete reply
I agree! The variety is very nice and always exciting!
Jackie M 8th Mar 2018, 4:37 PM edit delete reply
Jackie M
Ding! She's a huldra all right!
Wyrd 11th Mar 2018, 10:15 PM edit delete reply
Interesting. Nothing I found when I google'd "huldra" said anything about hollow torsos. In all likelihood, we're talking about the same myth with different names, though, since the myths you're describing match up with what I remember of woodwives.