Tarot vs. Courage Wolf

Whenever I go through Previews (as I was for this morning’s post, I always like to pay special attention to the ads for Tarot: Witch of the Black Rose, if only to see if Jim Balent’s had to draw any bikinis onto otherwise naked ladies to meet content standards. This time around, the bikini was the least of my worries, as I noticed that The Talent drew a sexy lady…



…and straight up gave her Courage Wolf’s head:



And as Tarot usually does, that got me thinking: What if instead of putting Courage Wolf in Tarot, you put Balent’s dialogue into the world of Courage Wolf?

And as you can see from the image above, that’s exactly what I did. Truly, I am a scholar for today.

6 thoughts on “Tarot vs. Courage Wolf

  1. I had never heard of Courage Wolf until now. I lived a very deprived life. (Also, Dwight Schrute’s behind this, right?)

  2. Courage Wolf aside, I have no idea what’s supposed to be happening in that ad. Skeleton Man has apparently been turned into a sexy bikini girl with a wolf’s head, only the wolf’s head doesn’t look attached to the sexy bikini girl body so much as floating somewhat above and slightly to the left of it. It has made me think about Tarot far longer than I really wanted to.

  3. I was so sure that was ‘shopped. That was not ‘shopped. I am… concerned.

  4. Well now I know what courage wolf is. The world is already a better place.