You may recall that during my review of The Vikings, I introduced you to that loveable scamp Derpy the Dragon:
Well, I thought I had seen the last of him, but the spirit of Derpy is irrepressible. Today I was in the Museum of Archaeology and Anthropology, and who should I come across but:
He is the figurehead of a canoe from, er, somewhere or other in the Pacific, and if you look at his eye you will see that it is actually made of a china teacup; the other one is also a teacup, but they are mismatched. Technically, I believe he is supposed to be a crocodile.
It’s nice to see he’s still working. I have a lot of fond memories of ol’ Derpy.