Umm… Pardon me for my confusion, but in the first red panel on the right side… what was that object? The gray object with… the white hand… and… the … I forgot what it’s called. 🙁
That’s the vase that we saw fall over and spoil Elena’s attempt to kill a guy on Page 4. Elena is just realizing now that it didn’t fall over on its own. 😉
Ah, now I get it! XD … and the last one was a table for the vase. So in overall, it turned out that Lana did everything from the start o: Hmmm, woot! That was a nice storytelling :3
Well, she’s not dead, but she IS toast!
She may be singed a little, but by now she should be used to being nearly blown up.
Somehow the disappearance of Lana did not really surprise me.
I also feel that my suspicion about the whole recruitment being dodgy has been confirmed. 😛
Quite possibly! 😉
“I love it when a plan comes together.”
~John “Hannibal” Smith, Commander of the A Team
Okay, maybe I shouldn’t be putting *words* into Lana’s mouth, but I couldn’t resist the reference…
I’m a bit confuzzled. But I do know there’s no way that catsuit can continue to cower now unless the inside is cowered with glue!
These secret agents have all kinds of tricks we don’t know about. 😀
Even so, with the alarms going off & everything else, it’s pretty obvious that Elena’s (catsuit) cover has been blown.
Hehe Blondie, I know Lana is the greater and clever bitch. 😉
As of the bottom of the page, Lana’s get-up-and-go has already got-up-and-went.
And now the whole plot become clear 😀
So the first three red panels are flashbacks to earlier in the story, but is the fourth one a flashback as well? I can’t see where it fits.
The fourth one is just showing her realization of what happened.
To quote Arcalian; The realization that she is toast? 😀
Pretty much! 😀
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