History Comicbook / Northlanders

13th Jul '15 8:21:01 AM mrnickname
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* FatBastard: Gunborg is the head of security in the trade settlement in "The Plague Widow". He is fat, gluttonous, (but still a [[StoutStrength formidable warrior]]) and as evil and corrupt as they come.
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* FatBastard: In "The Plague Widow" Gunborg is the head of the trading settlements security in the trade settlement in "The Plague Widow".forces. He is fat, gluttonous, (but still a [[StoutStrength formidable warrior]]) and as evil and corrupt as they come.
13th Jul '15 8:16:36 AM mrnickname
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* FatBastard: Gunborg is the head of security in the trade settlement in "The Plague Widow". He is fat, gluttonous, (but still a [[StoutStrength formidable warrior]]) and as evil and corrupt as they come.
25th May '15 5:48:27 AM jormis29
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* SandBridgeAtLowTide: In the two issue "The Shield Maidens" arc, three [[AmazonBrigade Viking women fight]] off an army of Saxons from inside an {{Ancient Rom|e}}an fortress that is only reachable at low tide via a sand bridge.
20th May '15 9:06:04 PM t209
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* CadreOfForeignBodyguards: Sven worked as a [[http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Varangian_Guard Varangian Guard]], who served as this trope to Byzantine Empire.
20th May '15 9:03:51 PM t209
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* GenerationSaga: The Icelandic Trilogy (Northlanders #42- #50) detailed the Hauksson clan from the founding of Icelandic settlement to 1260 A.D.
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* GenerationSaga: GenerationalSaga: The Icelandic Trilogy (Northlanders #42- #50) detailed the Hauksson clan from the founding of Icelandic settlement to 1260 A.D.
9th May '15 3:38:25 PM t209
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Icelandic Trilogy
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* GenerationSaga: The Icelandic Trilogy (Northlanders #42- #50) detailed the Hauksson clan from the founding of Icelandic settlement to 1260 A.D.
6th May '15 10:23:13 PM t209
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* BlackAndGrayMorality:BlackAndGrayMorality: The Sven's story, especially his conflict between Sven and his EvilUncle. * CheeseEatingSurrenderMonkey: Subverted; French or rather Franks were portrayed as both capable warriors and cunning craftsmen in Siege of Paris arc. However, they surrendered when they experienced causalities from the siege and bribed the besieging Vikings with a land in France.

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* BlackAndGrayMorality:DeathByChildbirth: Magnus claimed that his wife died giving birth to his daughter Brigid, [[spoiler: or rather what Magnus did to her rather than the childbirth.]]

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* BlackAndGrayMorality:EvilAllAlong: [[spoiler: In ''The Cross and the Hammer'', Magnus was not only a delusional murderer but also murdered his wife for giving birth to a girl named Brigid.]] * GreyAndGrayMorality: In a conversation between Ragnar and Magnus, the former noted on how the Norse brought commerce and civilization to the Irish while the latter claimed that the natives were taxed heavily and murdered to take over their lands. Ragnar retorted that Magnus' claims only applied to UngratefulBastard.
30th Dec '14 12:07:31 PM nombretomado
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''Northlanders'' is characterized by medieval subject matter and themes handled in a modern way. The dialogue is modern, replete with modern euphemisms and foul language in a manner reminiscent of {{HBO}}'s ''Series/{{Rome}}''. It is extremely gritty and violent - as it should be considering the subject matter. Despite the modern take it is fairly historically accurate.
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''Northlanders'' is characterized by medieval subject matter and themes handled in a modern way. The dialogue is modern, replete with modern euphemisms and foul language in a manner reminiscent of {{HBO}}'s {{Creator/HBO}}'s ''Series/{{Rome}}''. It is extremely gritty and violent - as it should be considering the subject matter. Despite the modern take it is fairly historically accurate.
25th Sep '14 7:17:02 PM Quietomega
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It's written by Brian Wood of ''ComicBook/{{DMZ}}'' fame and illustrated by various artists for each storyline. Cover art is painted by Massimo Carnevale. The first issue of the series was published on December 5, 2007. (The publication date was "February, 2008").
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It's written by Brian Wood Creator/BrianWood of ''ComicBook/{{DMZ}}'' fame and illustrated by various artists for each storyline. Cover art is painted by Massimo Carnevale. The first issue of the series was published on December 5, 2007. (The publication date was "February, 2008").
21st Nov '13 12:15:36 PM mrnickname
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* {{Yandere}}: Jens in "The Plauge Widow".
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