Bounding from obsession to obsession.
I have three questions.Who did the art? That's quite sharp. I'm particularly loving the shading.What happens next? Being cut off mid-monologue tends to mean one of two things: the hero is in your house, waiting to shake you down for information, or the villain is in your house for the same reason or worse.You offered this up without comment, so I think I may be missing something I should recognize about this shot. Am I?
Yeah, I'm not sure what the context you're trying to get at is, but I LOVED that character (and that mini-series was totally awesome). I wish Camilla hadn't disappeared...
I love that first panel with the hands and the keys coming up to unlock and open the door. The click's linework being sharper than everything else in the panel makes it absolutely POP. Who's the artist?
That's John K. Snyder III on the art (the covers for the mini can be seen here at the Grand Comics Database). He did a bunch in the 80s and 90s (including "Scout" and "Suicide Squad") but hasn't done anything that's been cataloged in the GCD since the "Green Lantern: Brightest Day, Blackest Night" book in 2002.
Matt Wagner wrote it, too, unless it's not the one I'm thinking of. Pretty good mini-series.