J'accuse

February 6th, 2012, 4:00 pm

Average Rating: 5.00
And you thought you had a black eye after that fight ...
Author's Comments:

Reply Wolfie_Inu, February 6th, 2012, 4:37 pm

TRANSLATION:

PANEL 1
Suspect: An intercom ... / Who are you? Where am I?
Jane: Irrelevant / What I want to know is, who are you?
Suspect: My ... my name is Yolanda Sanchez, originally from Mexico City, and -
Jane: Enough!

PANEL 2
Jane: I don't have time for your games ...
Yolanda: What is ... no ... no, NO! My legs -
Jane: Listen, cut out the acting. We know everything ... we know what you are ... / You're a spy. You are an Om-Ankh ...
Yolanda: Me, an Om-Ankh? That reminds me of ... of what? / [black speech bubble] I ...

PANEL 3
Yolanda: OH YES / OF COURSE / I REMEMBER

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User's Comments:

Reply Eye_Contact (Guest), February 9th, 2012, 4:35 am

Ominous eyes Confusion > aggression > shock > confusion > recall. All swiftly handled in yet another dramatic delivery. Poor spy lady. I think Jane pushed a few buttons too quickly and she might have to take whatever comes her way now. Although I don't know what the result of (the physically compromised) Yolanda's change of consciousness is now going to lead to. Referring to which, I thought the device of blackening the speech bubbles and her eyes as she switches mode to be very effective. Moreover, the diagonal line formed by the speech bubbles leading from panel 2 to 3 creates the right feel for that transcendence. Well done! (Wondered afterwards whether you might have considered letting one of the bubbles float across the panel border to make it more obvious, but sometimes subtlety is the better option).

Reply Wolfie_Inu, February 9th, 2012, 1:50 pm

@Eye_Contact: Ah - my regularly scheduled ego boost! Hehe thanks :)

As for messing with panel borders for dramatic impact ... I'm saving that for later ... *evil laughter*

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