Suspicion - Theater 1, Play 1, Act 3, Scene 14

Dance! Dance! BOOM! Load up!

Jan: If your armed forces aren't mobile, don't teach them to dance.

Reynard: I'm glad they're being safe at least, they grabbed their helmets first.

Our current Patreon has us able to update about twice per month. We really need your help to keep Tales and Tactics going! We are now relying almost entirely on Patreon Support to post comics. We are updating every other week which is a hair more than we are getting in. Please consider checking out our Patreon at and pledging to us. Perks include seeing comics early as well as being eligible to be in the comic! Thanks!

Current Patreon Support Crew (Corporal Level+): EonTheLylf, Torfi Trastarson, Antarian_knight, Adrian Nash, Jason Saylor, Daet Wolfuar, Sigurd Olson, John Cherny, Allen Billings, Sibeor, Spazzmatt, Momo Symphonia, TomRedlion, Sgurd Olson

Current Goal - Sustainability: 46% reached

Support Tales and Tactics on Patreon!


  • Max Goof

    Max Goof 4 years ago

    I've always liked the way you depict the three armies:

    Russian are white malamutes, I believe.

    German are German shepherds.

    British are yellow labs, I believe, although you have not shown them yet.

  • AlyxVixen

    AlyxVixen 4 years ago

    The Russians would be Siberian Huskies, malamutes are Alaskan.

  • jprime

    jprime 4 years ago

    Panel 2: How would that be pronounced?

  • WB101

    WB101 4 years ago

    *dances the Mamushka around the Katyusha...*

    *CRICK!* Aghhhh! My back! *FWOP!*


  • kade

    kade 4 years ago

    the russians are arctic foxes

  • Milgrove

    Milgrove 4 years ago

    Da-da da-da da-daaaa, dada da-da da-da dah! SQUEAK!

  • Spazzmatt

    Spazzmatt 4 years ago

    I also dance with a sword in hand!!

  • Max Goof

    Max Goof 4 years ago

    БА-БАХ translates roughly as "BA-BANG"

  • Jan

    Jan 4 years ago

    For your reference...

    Series 1 --
    Russians: Arctic fox
    Germans: German shepherd
    Americans: Retriever
    Japanese: Raccoon dog

    Series 2 (as seen in the "Foreign Exchange" cards) --
    Italians: Genet
    British: Red fox
    Chinese: Snow leopard
    Belgium: Horse

  • QueenOrial

    QueenOrial 4 years ago

    Russians are artic foxes. What a coincedence, because "arctic fox" is "pesets" in russian which sounds pretty close to "pizdets" which means "f*cked up". This fact often used in puns.

  • MviluUatusun

    MviluUatusun 4 years ago

    @Max Goof Actually, I believe the Russians are depicted as white Arctic Foxes. If they were huskies or malamutes, they'd say, "gav" rather than "squeak".

Leave a comment