Re: 4th Feb Strip
- --- In firstname.lastname@example.org, Martin J Hooper <martinjh@...>
>Well, it _is_ what he saw. It _is_ the truth - as he knows it. But
> Talk about a complete misunderstanding...
> I wonder what Othars going to do about it...
lieutenant Scorp is no Klaus Wulfenbach, and he didn't connect her
suddent change of attitude with the destruction of her holographic
projector. Klaus would: having worked with the the Heterodyne Boys, he
surely knows about heterodyning, and would have made the connection -
and probably used it to find a way to keep Lucrezia at bay - for good.
Well, his improvement(?) to Agatha's locket did the trick anyway, but
he doesn't know that.
Anyway, for now, Othar is about to turn his vest about Agatha - and
side up with the Baron! A big storytelling win!
Also, Scorp was already a sympathetic character, but today's page ups
his appeal quite a bit, at least to me. Not quite to the Baron's level
(he's my number One, and only Gil comes close-but you knew that
already ;D ), but he is a smart soldier, wise and poised in his
opinions. He commands respect.
Volume 9 really starts great: Stereo
- --- David Goldfarb <goldfarb@...> wrote:
> A still greater objection is that the voice addressed Gil immediatelyI had been thinking that the Klaus-Othar panels could have occurred
> upon Gil's entry. But Klaus knows about that entry; there has to
> have been enough time for word to get back to him.
before they were published, but you've give an internal explanation of
why this can't be. I think that conclusively eliminates Othar from
being the voice.
I'll have to switch my guess to 'one of the girls', e.g. Wilhelm or Zola.