Our bravest warrior
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Tavo just a detail Spare is with just one “R”. Two makes for “Sparring” Which is a form of combat. And “A hero” is with is spelled without the “n” after the “A” Finally shouldnt Mona be a Heroine cus she is female. As usual great Comic. Im friends with Pilli on Facebook so you can talk to me. Paris Cubillas.
fixed, arg and I was happy because I it has been a long time since I did these kind of mistakes, thank you Parisu,
In regards to the second to last panel. It should be Hero. Simonazo is thinking in his head about things so it seems like he is wishing that HE is the Heroine.
It is fairly common (in America anyway), that people refer to female heroes as just heroes since it is basically gender neutral. So something like “Our Hero!” and then “A Hero?” would be better.
Actually, for which occassions to use the word heroine is kinda weird now that I think about it. The only time I can think of it being used, is when you describe a character in a story. As in “the heroine of our story is named Ripley”.
Otherwise in real life scenarios or when fictional characters are talking to each other you use hero. “Super-Mary is considered a hero for saving a kid” or “Joan of Arc is a hero to the French people”.
I have never heard anyway say anything like “Mary is a folk heroine” or “Mary was a heroine of legend”
For reference I did a quick google search of Joan of Arc, Lara Croft, Alex Vance, Marie Curie, Elanor Rosevelt with the words “Hero” and then “Heroine” and in all of those cases I got way more (some times even 10 times more) results for hero. The only exception was for Wonder Woman.
Also: yay of Mona. It all worked out in the end.
fixed again, sorry sometimes its hard to me to get those typos,
Im happy because all my readers are my editors.
Haha, she just can’t lose.
That’s why we love Mona
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