The original quote from the movie was: “You’ve come to fight as free men, and free men you are!” I changed it in this strip, since it looks like William Wallace didn’t necessarily come to fight. Don’t ask me what he came for. Maybe his plan is to can-can the English to death.
Braveheart has always been one of my favorite movies, definitely in my top 10. My wife hates war movies, but I keep trying to get her to watch it by telling her that at its core, Braveheart is a love story. Plus, chicks love weepy movies. If the ending to this movie makes ME tear up, then I assume it’s gotta be a sure thing for most women. It’s a shame Mel Gibson went crazy, because he’s such a great, talented director.
This was another comic written by my friend, Sean. I remember this kind of joke was made a lot around the time the movie came out, but never quite in this way, I believe. Call it what you want, but a skirt’s a skirt and makeup is makeup. That’s not to say William Wallace couldn’t kick the living crap out of me, though.
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