That’s a familiar hairstyle… ;)
really? i think it’s an unfortunate hairstyle…..
God….He looks like trump when he hits the 70’s!! And with a bad hair day.
has trump had a ‘good’ hair day? but i suppose i see a fleeting resemblance…..
I LOVE the dialog in the last panel. That’s the kind of thing that makes it seem like two real people talking. It doesn’t get explained, it isn’t necessarily (as far as we know at this point) relevant to the story, you don’t need it to move the plot along. And you don’t know if it’s something important about the characters, like maybe he’s highly traditional and really not on board with the idea of not using an honorific when talking to a woman, maybe Anders is her first name or her only name. The way she starts to explain but just drops it, it’s not actually relevant after all, she’s doesn’t care.
These are the kinds of things that happen in a real conversation, not just something you made up because “well, now this character needs to say this to establish that there’s someone from the government interested in the case”. Even if I’m wrong and this is a plant for some future discussion about how she came to drop the “Ms” and/or how he’s irritated with the rampant non-traditionalism, this is a beautifully natural way of setting it up.
thanks for noticing little stuff! i think it’s a skill, and i’m trying to learn it, to say things without saying them. making the most of the dialogue and every panel, it’s not always easy. but, punchy intros of new characters, it’s like they say, you only get one first impression.
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