In Which the Lighting Scripts Become Actually Narratively Relevant
Last week, one reader made a prediction about the reveal in panel one based on a story about visiting a rat collection--well, were you correct? I would love to own a pet rat, but I'm not sure how well he would get along with my roommate's two cats. They are awfully stupid cats who do not understand that "killing a spider" and "lightly patting a spider on the head until you lose interest or forget about it" are not the same thing, but still. Cats and rats. It seems like a bad idea.
I have a great desire to just totally infodump the entirety of Jasper's backstory on all of you! It is amazing how little of a character's past you can capture concisely. It can be hard even when you let the character monologue for pages and pages, especially if that character is extremely anxious and tends to interrupt his own train of thought every other sentence.