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"Learned Your Lesson, Italien?"


Sequel to Iron Lady, this is the first thing Italy sees after waking up from the KO Sister Germany gave him.

By: ElBichoRaro 19th November 2018

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Written by Icelandic composer Jón Leifs in 1964, the piece called Hekla, Op 52, requires four sets of rocks hit with hammers, steel plates, anvils, sirens, cannons and metal chains to play.

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4 months ago #9819403        
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Based on the lack of mustache I assume this is brother Germany? :P


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10 months ago #9808782        
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She looks like she could go for a little italian after all

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10 months ago #9808672        
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Ironically she looks more like an Italian. Southern Italian. Or Spaniard. Darker part of Europe.

11 months ago #9805300        
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AWESOME!

12 months ago #9804151        
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forget about the "mustache"
she looks so cool...

12 months ago #9804122        
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@Nyan
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High level of testosterone. That's how Humon decided to portray Sister Germany, at least.

This may explain the archetype of Sister Germany's character a bit better (she's even mentioned as an example under the Web Comics folder):
https://tvtropes.org/pmwiki/pmwiki.php/Main/BrawnHilda


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12 months ago #9803600        
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@Animaiden
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The moustache is there. Notice how what appears to be her mouth is divided at the middle, so that is actually her moustache.

Her mouth is the little shorter line below.


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12 months ago #9803597        
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Good art but u forgot da Mustache

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12 months ago #9803593        
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You forgot the mustache xP

1 year ago #9800275        
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Did you use a base for this?


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