|3 Oct 2010|| MzHades|
The only question I have is why female Gimli doesn’t have a beard. If I remember correctly, the male said that both men and women had them. Fredrik K T Andersson
replies: "Still, that didn’t prevent me from using my own imagination and creativity, now did it? "
|16 Jan 2011|| Emma Carolina Wahrenberg|
This is just awesome! All the LOTR characters as females (I wish Tolkien had thought about that, lol), I absolutely love it! wait, the human with the longer hair is Aragorn, and the other one is Boromir? Am I correct xDD
|27 Jan 2011|| Frankie Wolfcry Price|
Aragorns impersonater is actually very well drawn, and Boromir’s well done also. Good thing your imagination knows no bounds!...or does it? I’m gona watch Lord of the Rings now
|28 Jan 2011|| Thorn luellen grace rosealee Blackheart|
I can’t ggog lesbian NOOOOOOOOO Legolas <3, Still love it !!!1
|11 Mar 2011|| Aykay|
Legolass looks kind of the same, but then again she/he is a elf so that’s how it should be.
|11 Mar 2011|| Jeanette M Thomas|
LOVE it - especially Gandalfa (Wizard Woman) - my ideal - - she had a coven in Whiting, NJ, but just retired this past Candlemas However,....... shouldn’t the Hobbitt lassies feet be hairy(ier)???
|27 Mar 2011|| Germanvisitor|
Well... Gandalf is a shapeshifter, so he could be a woman.^^
|28 Jun 2011|| Andrew|
And yet, this legolas is still manlier.
|25 Sep 2012|| Max Fornit|
Are they trying to protect themselves from lustful Bard?