The biggest adjustment here is that Dyluck is actually having a conversation with Murnau. Not a very deep one, but it’s still a two-way interchange.

In the original re-drafts, Dyluck’s words were still outside in white, a la Thad’s monologues in previous scenes. I finally went with black in-panel (despite how that alters the last page of the scene) for consistency – it matches with how Murnau ‘hears’ Rayne and Greymalkin previously, and by sticking Murnau’s few lines on the outside in white, the overall feel keeps with the established use of type in the story.


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