Friday, Eleanor…well, Eleanor is Eleanor, and she’ll do what she does. Stay tuned!
Panel 4 looks rather ominous. (It’s the emotionless, saucer-like eyes.) It’s as if she does not like what she’s overhearing. And she’s going to report this to Mistress Eleanor.
But that would imply Eleanor does not want to see these two to get together. Which is confusing, because up until now we’ve been led to believe she does want them to hook up.
On the other hand, Eleanor is very clever (and sneaky). And that incident on the airship did almost get Edison to break up with Larry. Wait… was that Eleanor’s plan all along? 😮
Coincidence is still possible, Even in GK.
The young lady did try to seduce Larry once before. She could just be jealous.
I’d argue that “emotionless, saucer-like eyes” are an order of magnitude more realistic than the usual array of extreme over-emoting, but I’m guessing context is everything here… as anywhere else.
Love how calm and completely focused Larry is on panel 2. He knows what he’s doing. But what does that look on panel 4 mean? Looks like someone’s plan failed.
That face was one of Bob Ross’ “Happy Little Accidents.” I was pencilling and the lips looked like that and I went with it. I can’t tell you how much of the art of GK happens that way.
And, just because I can’t resist, here’s something to ponder: Who leaves a full champagne bucket out next to a hot tub in the middle of the night?
Hot tubs and Champagne are a deadly combination, in more ways than one.
I had to chuckle when I first saw Eleanor’s hot tub. I immediately thought of Maxfield Parrish’s ‘Day Break’. Jacob could very well be a stand-in for one of Max’s androgynous nudes.
“Who leaves a full champagne bucket out next to a hot tub in the middle of the night?”
Oh ho, Let the games begin!
But is seems to me that Eleanor may be playing a really dangerous one here!
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