Entertaining Comic Strip Reveals the Prank Behind the "Powerful Flamedge" Sword

Aiden Starling

Updated Thursday, March 21, 2024 at 12:00 AM CDT

If you're a fan of comic strips and love a good laugh, you're in for a treat with this entertaining four-panel comic strip. This comedic masterpiece, created by the talented artist "SWORDS LIX" and guest writer L. Smith, will have you in stitches as it unravels a clever prank involving a sword purchase.

The first panel sets the stage with an image of a hand gripping a sword called the "Powerful Flamedge: $300." With its ornate design and flame-like blade, it certainly looks like a weapon of immense power. The inclusion of a pouch of money below the sword suggests that someone is about to make a purchase, setting up the anticipation for what's to come.

In the second panel, we meet the protagonist, a muscular man donning a bandana and a sailor-style tattoo. He wields the "Powerful Flamedge" sword with confidence and declares to his opponent, an armored knight, "FEEL THE HEAT OF MY WRATH, KNAVE!" The knight, equipped with a shield and sword, defends himself with a resounding "SHINK!" sound effect, creating a sense of anticipation for the clash that awaits.

However, it is in the third panel that the hilarity ensues. The protagonist, now engulfed in flames, holds the still-burning sword, screaming in pain with a resounding "AAAAAAOW!" It turns out that the "Powerful Flamedge" sword is not what it seems, as the character has unwittingly fallen victim to a clever prank.

Finally, the fourth panel reveals the truth behind the prank. The protagonist stands next to the actual item he has purchased, the "Cursed Fire Sword: Prank your friends. $50." The flame-engulfed sword and the bottle of "Mystic Ash" next to it make it clear that the character has been tricked into buying a joke item. The disappointment on his face is palpable, and readers can't help but chuckle at his misfortune.

"SWORDS LIX" and guest writer L. Smith have truly crafted a comic strip that combines humor, clever storytelling, and fantastic artwork. The attention to detail, from the character designs to the sound effects, adds an extra layer of enjoyment to the strip.

As you read through the comments, it's evident that this comic strip has struck a chord with its audience. From praising the cleverness of the three-handed sword to appreciating the subtlety of the currency symbol with a sword through it, readers can't help but express their admiration for the artist's work. Many even express a desire to support the artist's creative endeavors through platforms like Patreon.

So, if you're in the mood for a good laugh and enjoy the world of comic strips, make sure to check out this entertaining creation by "SWORDS LIX" and guest writer L. Smith. It's a testament to the power of comedy and the talent of these incredible artists. Don't miss out on the opportunity to brighten your day with this delightful comic strip.

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swordscomic

It'd be cool if you'd follow my Patreon (as a free member is fine too), growing there is currently the best way to gain my creative independence in the longterm : https://www.patreon.com/swordscomic

CptTacolicious

F***, three handed sword is clever

edwardelricsn*****s

#1 maybe it only sets you on fire if you draw it with your right hand, then hold it in your left

TheMightyMoto

Enjoyed

Zedrapazia

#3 The Rocketsword Master and his apprentice will be quite unhappy to notice that nobody can let the bridge down for them if they kill the bridge guardian.

hwatL4bloopy

Mystery ashes.

BoboHaha1369

I think I just discovered I'm an Imp since I could read those runes

smadge1

I want to see someone who can wield the three handed sword now.

Drussthehobbit

Love your work!!

spacetrashpirate

The currency symbol has a sword going through it, so subtle and genius! I wish I could throw some money your way OP. Your work has always been fantastic.

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