to be fair, he was attacked by a crazy woman, i think you should stop her before consider to get the guy…
…Guess that wan’t quite thirty seconds! 😛
Vane must have quite a history with Diamonds. She doesn’t even need to look! 😮
The broken eggs are exquisite.
If folks keep noticing details I guess I ought to start putting more in. ;D
Another dramatic escape by Mr. John Henry Hunter! Why does he almost always get the best scenes? It seems back to the saddle again for our heroine(?) Ms. Vane Black…Wonder if some lead will be flying Mr. Hunter’s way come next issue..
Why does he get the best scenes? ‘Cause he’s got charisma.
I’m glad there’s at least a small splinter group with an appreciation for Mr. Hunter.
Actually, aside from his totally arrogant and oily demeanor with Miss D. back at the saloon, Mr. Hunter seems to be sort of, kind of, more moral than Vane. The worst thing Hunter has done so far as I can remember is defend himself and steal this horse– and he hadn’t been planning to steal it. Vane, meanwhile, has destroyed and stolen property, shot the blacksmith and generally wrecked havoc everywhere. I think Hunter must have wronged her greatly somehow, and I don’t like him, but it’s still maddeningly hard to pin down anyone here as “the bad guy.”
You are the best devil’s advocate.
Even at the saloon in Lookback, one gets the impression in retrospect that Mr. Hunter may have been playing up to the audience. As you say, his morals may not match up totally to those of the rest of us, but they’re a lot more conventional than those of Lady Vane. Apart from that one incident, he almost has the character of a Frankenstein: a ‘responsible villain’ who has inadvertently let loose a single-mindedly irresponsible one on his tail.
“Eli’s a comin’…” Yeah, two gunslingers, a cyborg horse, a really really angry lady and a fire mage on a bronco in a high-speed chase– this is totally going to end well!
And don’t forget Markus, Lawrence, Jasper, Emmet, and Jake from one town back. hahaha
I’m slightly distracted by the fact he left his duster behind.
The change in Diamond’s eye from the gentle brown in Whiskey Bend page 4 and this page gives the horse a great deal of personality.
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