The dialog here was something I had in mind really early on, like in the barely roughed pencils stage when I saw where Harold was going with it. Amelia has always cracked me up, with her 1920s way of looking at things. She’s very pragmatic, and was always a woman before her time, and I think the way we’ve portrayed her in Power Struggle has paid a lot of love to her legacy as a strong woman, and a female pioneer. Something tells me we may well see her again at some point down the road. :)

The last panel here…just screams run for your life doesn’t it? Harold has such a gift for motion and movement within a page it’s just unreal.