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Saving the City: Sans-Spandex

Hope everybody is staying in, and staying safe.  It’s a good time for an archive binge!

It's fine.  Just fine.  No way this can possibly end poorly.

Totes not fanservice with the shirtlessness.  >:)

16 responses to “Warrior Priest XVII”

  1. Skipper says:

    Yayyyyy! Update is greatly appreciated! Both of you are amazing!

    Aw…no awesome half vampire powers? That really bites. Though Mark isn’t being very convincing. I kind of wonder if it is necessary for Isauro to be shirtless, but it is nice fanservice~

  2. Chaostraveler says:

    I’m gone for a couple months and Isauro gets bitten by a vampire. Nice, this is what I get for having too many webcomics bookmarked…

  3. Laura says:

    Yes. Completely necessary.

  4. Sidekickgirl says:

    That settles it. Definitely necessary.

  5. Twitch says:

    Salt is good sign. If you were in DEEP do-do they’d break out the powdered Communion wafers like in Dracula.

  6. ReaderAt2046 says:

    I’m guessing that the shirtlessness is because a shirt collar would cover up the bite. As for what they’re doing with the salt… No clue.

    • Norman says:

      Warded circle is my guess. Keep out other malign influences while they get rid of the malign influence of the vamp.

      BTW, kosher salt may work better, but I’ve heard Morton’s(tm) will do in a pinch. ^_^

  7. Sidekickgirl says:

    Ding Ding Ding! Winner! Generally in folklore, Things cannot cross a line of salt. Ghosts, Faeries, Demons, whatevs. The kosher is largely a joke, but it would be used because it’s very pure, containing no iodine like table salt. Also, better for cooking with!

  8. MattoMatteo says:

    No “Twilight-like sparkle half-vampire”, please! é_è

  9. Succorelle says:

    Oh my god, please let the rest of the comic be these three’s adorable misadventures. This is most definitely my favorite page ever. <3

    • Sidekickgirl says:

      She’s at least going to make it onto the cast page. Normally we wouldn’t do that for side appearances like this, but we both ADORE her.

  10. Peter says:

    Mujaki – On iodine deficiencies from kosher salt:

  11. Sidekickgirl says:

    Not to mention that food is heavily fortified with vitamins and minerals. The chances of someone missing out on their iodine by using Kosher salt for cooking is slim to nil.

  12. jdreyfuss says:

    All salt is kosher. Kosher salt is called that because you need non-iodized salt for pickling. No, I don’t know why coarse pickling salt = kosher salt and I’ve never gotten a good explanation.

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