I can see exactly how Emma feels about being called “Lady Dorothy”, AGAIN.
Middle panel (largest of page) is the most beautifully drawn here!
Warrick seems almost happy, hopeful even, that Ozma MAY be in the city.
So . . . Jinjur married the brother of Sabion, Glinda’s Guard Leader?
HAPPY EASTER, everybody!
It’s possible that Jinjur had a brother that was wed with Sabion?
Are you named after the demon from Urusei Yatsura movie 2: Beautiful Dreamer?
I wonder if Warrick did something in the past to Sabion, Glenda, or the Queen? Or maybe it’s just that Warrick’s reputation precedes him?
Of course, it probably did not impress Sabion any that Warrick denied that the cannon was Jinjur’s and accused the latter of stealing it from him. (A known criminal and thief claimed her sister-in-law stole it, and it front of her boss and co-workers, no less.) And I suspect Jinjur herself had less than pleasant things to say about Warrick.
Meh, it’s probably all the above.
I just hope Dorth… I mean Emma decides to use her position to set the record straight and/or get some answers. She should tell them that they’re looking after Lady Anlise and they need her, that they are trying to reform Warrick and they need him, and that the Scarecrow can vouch for both. She should also suggest that they share information first before launching the attack as new information might lead to a different strategy.
Sabion…. is that a reference/shifting of “Sabine”, I wonder?
“Aaaaand we’re back to the Dorothying again.”
Emma doesn’t look happy — and probably for several reasons. I think she rather likes Warrick despite his occasional dickish moments, and having someone call him “foul beast” like that is going to be annoying. These newcomers just taking over and trying to become the bosses of the operation will be jarring. Being called “Dorothy” again. This will be… interesting.
Poor Warrick’s probably wondering why he didn’t sense her already if she’s really there.
I’m guessing she’s either not, or there’s poppy interference.
forget jinjur’s army, this is the baddest force we’ve seen so far
Glinda’s guards, I’ve always had the impression they were strict when spoken to rudely, but if you were polite and had manners they were actually very nice. I look at the situation and see a meeting of two groups, and see that there are reasons for Analise to be tied up, which would be the Poppy threat. Yet I also see one group overpowering another, and not allowing them to speak for whatever reasons not yet citited, however ‘The Dorothy” is treated with respect, as is the scarecrow. I agree with what another comment said. These two groups need to talk longer. Glinda’s guard is sharing information right now, and they have an advantage with Emma’s burning poppy magic, however it’s also a bit iffy. Cause the poppies take root in the brains and or other body parts and Burning them completely could seriously injure or kill the people trapped, and the people under poppy control. Emma seems like a girl to think as logically as possible though, so I’m hoping she’ll be able to mediate with both groups and form a strategy that works.
She seems to have gained some power. Hopefully she’ll also keep her wits about her.
I really hope she’s suspecting Renge…
Sabion means business. Also, I wonder where are all the men? Warrick aside, and Scarecrow kind of gender-neutral I guess, why is it only the ladies doing everything? I’m sorry if it’s a canon thing and I’m being ignorant here, it’s been a long long time since I’d read the series, but even so. Sister-in-law, that means Sabion or Jinjur have a husband – where is he?
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