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  • Loranna

    Would I be remiss, if I secretly longed for this new scene to unfold as a homage to the one part of Superman III that I still go back and re-watch now and then? I refer, of course, to the scene where Clark plays Ring Toss with himself while on a bad bender.

    Come to think of it, what would a rousing game of Ring Toss be like between Alison and Mega Girl? Or maybe she’d prefer to play Lawn Bowls instead? She does have a mean bowling arm, as we saw back in Chapter Two.

    . . .the artwork? Oh, well, I like the way the colored panels seem to be layered over the black and white scene below it. Couldn’t help but notice that both Alison and Mega Girl have very prominent blacks in their outfits too – Alison on the chest, Mega Girl around the eyes (and hands, I think) Not sure if there’s anything to that detail, but it caught my eye.


    • Rugains Fleuridor

      Super-hammy, but it gets its point across quite strikingly.

  • Bo Lindbergh

    Dream or Patrick-caused hallucination? Place your bets!

  • Martine Votvik

    Seems like Mega girl of the past is feeling a bit sore that Alison has moved on and written her off as a bad idea. I kinda makes me wonder how many of our past selves would be bitter if they had to meet their future selves. Usually I would think that it would be a hopeful experience, kinda like “aw, so it will all be worth it”. But considdering how I feel when thining about myself in the past I would probably come across as a terrible snob and a bully.

  • Mega Girl was CUTE.

    • Rugains Fleuridor

      The costume was intentionally designed so, I bet.

  • Symbolism? Symbolism.

  • Lostman

    Clearly Alison stressed, and if we know anything; being a biodynamic is stressful.

  • JohnTomato

    Is that “I’m late” and should call/visit current paramour and ask him about certain developments, or is that I’m tardy for an appointment?