I like how Nine Eyes looks with the hood up but the mask off. Unsure which of the three looks I prefer, but I do like the look of it.
Anyway, a lot of talk here, but it does serve to breeze us through a rather long conversation pretty quickly and I think Abe did a great job of keeping it visually interesting, particularly in the second panel.
Here are his comments -
"Has anyone ever heard of Lawrence of Arabia? It's supposedly a classic about the life of T. E. Lawrence during World War 1. My History teacher once comment that half the film is just wide shots of desert and wind in the sun and you could pretty much fast forward through all that since it's pretty boring but somehow artistic. Kind of like what Lord of the Rings would have been if all that walking wasn't really getting them anywhere. Which after watching Clerks 2 you tend to realize that it's mostly just walking around. The point being is that when you're just walking and talking there really isn't much action taking place. On another note, do you think Nine Eyes looks better with or without the hood? I prefer the latter and not just because it's easier to draw than all that doll hair but because of the way those eyes look a little bit more shifty without all that hair to distract from them. Like a guy with a monkey on his head, now there's a distraction."
I think this is my favorite look of Nine Eyes thus far. Combines an air of mystery with the uncanney valleyness of his face.