And this week we have the follow on page:
This page has a lot going on. Not only are there 9 panels (which is pretty rough, especially as I hate to draw small), but there is a lot of text (which I greatly trimmed). One of the challenges of this comic is that it basically comes down to two guys talking, so how do you keep that interesting visually? As you can tell, I use lots of shadows, and I make a real attempt to have some subtle (and not so subtle) imagery in my panels. For instance, in panel 1, C's shadow is pointing its finger at M. And to a lesser extent, C's hands indirectly point to M in panels 6 and 8 as well. Whereas in panel 5, he's practically "smooshing his head." Whenever I run out of ideas, I look to Wally Wood for inspiration.
I love this page. M establishes himself as a liar ("no smoking" when there's clearly an ashtray in the room). C implicates M as the murderer but then covers it up by pretending he's accidentally insulted M's feet. And ultimately, M walks into C's trap (as will be more clear on the next page, which I'll get around to eventually!)