Hecate has depths of cruelty after all. Chickens and home to roost and all that.
As for the people in the final panel - go back to check the pre-Christmas '08 story arc. Or wait here as I fill in the blanks!
LOL - love Shakespeare's version of the "dagger" soliloquy.
Also love the layout/photography of the last panel section showing the people poised for attack.
You know - I love Shakespeare's version of "To be or not to be" even more!! *BLUSH* (I don't know why I wrote "Dagger" - must be 'cos Macbeth was the play you were doing and it stuck).
I was torn between using either 'to be...' or 'tomorrow and tomorrow...' for his big entry. This one just had the cadence I was looking for. And I often have the same issue of thinking one thing and getting stuck on it instead of what's in front of me. (Worse, still, is my habit of thinking of two synonyms and merging them into one word... It's embarrassing when teaching!)
And thanks for the note on the last panel - I'm hoping the finish the fine touches on the courtyard this week and get to a chapter break soon, but I've still got more malarkey to muddy the waters with...
Ahahahaha!!! That soliloquy was indeed greatness. As was the fact that he developed it by having the channel stuck on "Entertainment Tonight."
I remember some of the characters waiting in ambush, that is to say, I recognize the figs, but don't remember their names. I'll wait for you to fill in the blanks probably.
and now it gets really interesting. Great appearance by Big Willie. Hope he doesn't decide to get jiggy wit' it.
The jiggy arrives on Sunday. Be afraid...