Atipiese Aktiwiteitspatrone

January 31st, 2012, 4:00 pm

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En jy dink jý het partykeer in 'n vreemde omgewing wakker geword ...
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Reply Wolfie_Inu, January 31st, 2012, 4:37 pm


Jane: Yessss ... / I hoped we'd find them again some day, but I never expected it'd be so soon! / How did you track her down?
Smith: Unfortunately, we don't have a method to do the same thing again ... it was the purest coincidence ... / This Om-Ankh had to have an EEG taken for medical reasons ... however, highly atypical activity patterns were detected with her ...

Smith: The specialist recognized the signs and relayed the information to us ... we began following her, but she detected one of our agents and fled ... eventually we had to request help from the State Police ... / In the end we had to destroy a bridge to stop her ... as we planned, she survived the crash ... / But her legs -
Jane: Yes, I saw. / Wake her up. I want a chat with her ...
Smith: Of course ...

Suspect: (thinks) This is not my room
Jane: Hey you! / Wake up, a have a few little questions for you ...

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Reply Eye_Contact (Guest), February 1st, 2012, 5:40 am

Connecting the dots This comes together nicely. Quite a change of pace here. If the plot ever sizzled, it is now. Our young hero guy had better stay clear of clinics now! As to the superbly executed facial expressions in the top and bottom panels, they convey emotions at both ends of the scale: adrenalin high vs dazed and forlorn. Again, I do feel for spy girl.

Reply Wolfie_Inu, February 1st, 2012, 3:29 pm

@Eye_Contact: Thanks muchly! :D Yeah, spy girl (name *still* pending) was supposed to be very much a secondary, disposable character, but now I'm not so sure about that. She's growing on me.

Reply Eye_Contact (Guest), February 2nd, 2012, 4:52 am

High angle Where she's going in the story is probably more in Jane's hands now, and clearly she's got no sympathy. The amputee, drugged and unaware of having lost her legs, doesn't get one ounce of pity from Jane who is swooping down from a high angle, claws outstretched. Well, her feelings have been in the making for milennia ... either way, the plot sizzles and the next instalment might add even further speculation!

Reply Ravenstar (Guest), February 2nd, 2012, 7:54 pm

You know... just thinking (psuedo) out loud here... wouldn't he have had every test in the book when he was first picked up by that police officer? I mean, he's what looks like a little kid wandering the streets with apparent amnesia- you'd think they'd have done some kind of brain analyzation tests to figure out what may have caused it and if it was reversible. That kind of thing may be expensive, but not as expensive as putting the kid in state custody until he can be adopted.

Reply Wolfie_Inu, February 3rd, 2012, 10:17 am

@Ravenstar: Good catch. The idea here is that not everyone certified to analyze an EEG will necessarily pick up on the atypical brainwaves. If you don't know the "signature" of an Om-Ankh brain, it's easy to chalk it up to individual differences rather than one of the symptoms you were trained to recognize. I didn't elaborate in the comic itself, but I'm glad you're giving me a chance to explain anyway ;)

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