Monday, June 21, 2010

I meant to post this guy the other day, but just didn't get around to it. So I'll most likely have a double posting sometime this week to catch up!! Does anyone know what creatures like this are called? My wife and I were thinking a 'fawn' but we're not too sure.


  1. Yes, I believe it's a fawn. Like Mr. Tumnus from Narnia.

    Really fun series so far.

  2. Satir. But I'm not sure on the spelling. Good one!

  3. it's a fawn (greec mythology,I think)

  4. Nice image! I love characters like Thor who marry the mythological with the super. Afterall, supers are the modern-dayt mythology.

    ps. They're also called Satyrs.

  5. oh, man.

    It's a satyr and that means a lot of dirty jokes where the ring is concerned.

    Of course, to get slightly serious about a comic book universe. I'm reminded of Marvel's Captain Britain ommiverse: with different laws for different Earths enforced by different CB's.

    So, in the GL universe, is there one over-riding morality, or would a satyr-populated world (with all that entails, based on Greek mythology and Eldon Dedini cartoons) have different morals to enforce?

    I really am a nerd, aren't I.

    also, couldn't his GL tunic turned into a loincloth or something? Jeez!

  6. wow, thanks everyone! I think the general understanding is that they are called Satyrs, but are also called Fawns.
    haha, and yes Arkon, a loin cloth would be beneficial!

  7. I think this is one of my faves Rawls - great stuff!


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