And this marks the 200th page! The next benchmark will almost certainly be in chapter ten, it's a pretty safe bet that page 250 will be then, and WaR's 300th will likely come shortly thereafter.
Anyway, yeah, not a whole lot to comment on in this one, but we do have a dramatic visual here at least. Note the ponytail and the different outfit from what Alex was wearing, to try and differentiate him from Dorothy for the time being. We'll be seeing more in regards to Dorothy's mind being within Sareena as we move forward, but here's a bit of it for now.
Here's where the initial set-up on this group learning about the Dorothy situation is, combined with back in chapter three where Nine Eyes got the ability to look into people's minds, and him doing just that was further set-up here -
Where's this going? Stay tuned to find out, though chapter nine will be dealing with something else first. The next page marks the end of Ghosts in the Attic, and we'll have some news on the schedule and format first, then we'll have some filler - including a short story written and drawn by Abe - before we start up the next chapter and the schedule and format changes take effect. Stick around, and thanks for reading this far!
Wha... HEY! The version of this I had drawn had Sareena looking in the mirror and seeing herself with a penis! What the hell, Martin? You just get another artist to handle this monumental page without telling me?! Who did this page? Was it Jimmy? You said it was Peach Path and that was all! You don't care who draws your comics for you, do you, you hussy?! I thought we had something special!
Either way, I tried to make Sareena pretty horrified over the image in the mirror, but not sure how well it came out. Also used a slightly different writing tool for the writing on the mirror, which was more of a fountain pen style.
If anything Dorothy's expression bugs me. Comes off as a tad wooden....
Okay this is spooky what in the world is Gwendolyn doing and I'm starting to understand what she and Nine Eyes were talking about in that page you linked to.
Yeah, conversation is kind of unclear - I probably should've approached that a bit better. By the next time we see them it'll be entirely clear what they were discussing, though.