Yeah, again, getting more into the bit of what to do when a friend notices her friend has had the brain of another person put inside them. Well, okay, Lillian's not clued into that yet but....
Not much to say on this. I do like the touch with the mirror; just threw that in myself. It's come up once or twice in relation to Alex having to think about the dichotomy of his life as Dorothy versus his own life, first in the very first chapter, then in the Blues crossover. Kinda like the idea of the motif. Plus Alex's has been trying so hard to just forget about his double life and have fun as "one of the girls" he kinda needed something to remind him "Oh, right, I'm not actually a teenage girl."
Big change coming in the art of the next page, so we should have a good bit to say about that. Particularly given the content also supplies plenty to say about it.
For this one though... Yeah, not much to comment on offhand, though do like how it came out. The whole Lillian being uneasy about all of this and calling Alex out on it issue is something that honestly wasn't planned out that far in advance, but a lot of stuff along the way's happened that pretty easily fed into it and feels pretty natural. Noticing that was a big part of what motivated me to go this direction with it.
Yeah, on the whole mostly just kind of blanking on stuff to say here beyond that, but hopefully everybody enjoys. Be sure to swing by Monday!