Story: Scott A. Bachmann | Art: Scott D.M. Simmons
And that ends this little arc of meeting up with the other female heroes Liza used to pal with. We got a chance to see that Liza misses the old life, but likes her current one. I wanted everyone to know this was a choice Liza made, not one forced upon her.
Checking the script, you’ll see Mr. Simmons added a beat panel for better effect.
As for Gail, she’s using math to figure out the music, not memorisation. As an early draft reviewer pointed out to me, “The Paragon’s powers in the novel, and so far in the comic, are not mental. Since Gail has blond hair and seems to be gifted with intelligence, how did that happen?” (X-Genes and Meta-Genes were asked about). I said, “In the scott-verse, powers are clearly genetic. The Paragon is the exception to the rule. Liza is the fourth documented person with the Paragon powers, and the first female Paragon.” He said, “That doesn’t answer my question.” I said, “No. You’ll have to wait and see…”
LEON is rubbing the bridge of his nose. GAIL is playing away.
You mean the Fibonacci sequence. The Golden Ratio.
Dad. I’m concentratings.
The girls are hiding around the corner of the room entrance conspiratorially. GAIL is still playing and LEON is beaming and keeping rhythm.
Someone takes after her mom.
She’s really good.
I’m tone deaf. That’s all Leon.
You never could take a compliment.
The VTOL craft is rising away. GWEN is shielding herself from the wind with her arms. LIZA is waving, hair blowing wildly. Leaves are flying all over.
They haven’t changed at all.
No. They haven’t.
You miss it? Being up there?
All the time. All the time.