You know you obsess about "Girl Genius" when--
- --you start dreaming your own scripts, with you in them. No kidding,
this is a scene I remember from last night:
Setting: A room in one of the Wulfenbach strongholds. I am one of the
Baron's Captains standing around with others while the Baron is taking
a report from someone else. I overhear the words "only a madman could"
or "only a madman would--." The Baron turns and picks me out, and
says: "You! Are you a madman?"
Me: "Some have said so. It depends what sort of madness is required."
Baron: "We have an airship down in the Kilgard Hills with vital gear
Me: "Sounds like a straightforward rescue and recovery. Hostile
Baron: "Evidently. We've sent three expeditions and no one has
Me: "Well--they can't call you a madman for defying the odds if you
don't know what the odds are."
That's when I woke up, but I was evidently going on the mission. I
think my unconscious mind is internalizing the style pretty well--.
- --- In firstname.lastname@example.org, "FK" <krasowska@...> wrote:
> she seems to have tagged along to talk toI think there's a moment we don't see as Agatha and
> Der Kestle (panel 2), though you don't see her
> in any of the post-coffee-shop pages leading
> up to this one:
von Mekkhan leave the cafe, that evidently has von M
asking her to brief and then fetch Herr Diamant -
I think she shows up with him.