Lemarc wrote:Marie doesn't seem to recognise sarcasm. I get the impression she thinks she's smarter than she is.
Dr Pepper wrote:8. I can't place the man in the suit but i have a nagging feeling he's a cartoon character and one that would not be normally be cast as an intellectual.
1. Marie's accent is beginning to bother me. I mean, Sizemore doesn't sound welsh, the Jetstones don't talk posh, and the transylvitans use a bit of slang but their speech is not skewed to either an italian or a central european stereotype.
Raza wrote:Ask Janis. She could probably hit the lot of them with love and peace; Wanda suggests at the start of the book that grand abbies have exceptional mass confrontation-quieting powers.
BakaGrappler wrote:The far left Thinkamancer could just as easily be the female protagonist from Beyond Good and Evil, who was a photojournalist. One that specialized in infiltration to get her knowledge.
She does not necessarily have to be Alyx Vance.
eveil wrote:Klivian wrote:Is the one in the red robe Vaarsuvius from OOTS? Hard to tell.
It's Sanaki from Fire Emblem.
asparagus wrote:Fairly obvious really. She switches off most of the brain (especially in males) so counts as a thinkamancer.
Dancing Cthulhu wrote:Dr Pepper wrote:8. I can't place the man in the suit but i have a nagging feeling he's a cartoon character and one that would not be normally be cast as an intellectual.
The guy talking? That's Issac (Newton) and his apparence is inspired by Carl Sagan - both pretty high ranking intellectuals.
Or do you mean the judge? He looks familiar but I can't place him for the life of me.
I'm also curious about the guy walking and talking in the last panel - is that Irenicus (of Baldur's Gate II fame?)
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