Short engagement but they’ve been in a relationship of sorts for years.
And she owns handcuffs…
Little black bow tie suggests that Jane’s wearing a tux.
I understand your point, but Jane is the center of everything. Jill wasn’t abducted by aliens. Chelle didn’t get run over by a BMX bike. Audrey wasn’t crushing on Dorothy. I don’t want to see Jane become Lucy Ricardo to keep the strip alive.
Much artistic license is applied to nearly every facet of swordsmanship here.
(I won’t even mention the trebuchets. Oops, too late!)
The anachronisms make things interesting for the most part, but one from our present seems odd since the others are from antiquity.
One thing that’s nagged at me: why does Gertrude wear a cocktail dress? It’s such an anachronism.
Beware of the Ides-plus-four of March!
If Jane were an actual person I’d be happy for her, but I can’t see “Married Jane” as the basis for a viable comic.
Glad nobody’s beefing about the intermission artwork.