First use of different fonts for the different languages! When two (or more) are used in the same strip, in the transcript they’ll show up in different colors.
Leif isn’t thinking the Sønska word for “thorn”; he’s thinking a phonetic version of the Ceannic one. It sounds something like “Thawn” or “Thoan”. Listen to this video on Norwegian vowels (starting around 1:07) to hear a long “å” out loud. (In Ceannic, the languages are called “Ceannic” and “Sonheic”. In Sønska, they’re “Sønska” and… Continue reading Homecoming 11/24