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- The Quondrian Questioneer interrogates a captured Graver in the Bismuth Building, in the capitol spires of Midiria
- Y.L.Y.L. means “You laugh, you lose”; “Glory contrata” is a Shoadomite slogan
- The Graver bites a “quit line” in panel 6, triggering a catastrophic explosion
- Cornelius accidentally changed his clothes before using a mirror, in #94
- Feve explains the power of belief (panels 5-6)
- Spalpeen has commandeered Curdelbludd’s body, which was beheaded by Bromance way back in #160, and which is being pulled towards Refusaleth in panels 1 and 2
- In panel 4, Spalpeen alludes to his encounter with Bromance in the purgeon (#191)
- Refusaleth crushes Spalpeen’s head to the relative size of Pip?
- Do the fragments of the Prime Resinate appear to have letters on them in panel 8?
- “D.R.I.N.K.” is clearly visible on the desecrated portrait of the Midirian Empress; what could this mean, and what work of Nefaria’s was Darkana continuing?
- Darkana believes that Nefaria was responsible for the genocide of the Glowborgs; this was actually the work of Refusaleth, which Nefaria took credit for, to gain power (“The truevil, I know”)
- Nefaria names all four Dark Unmentionables; Holocough, Obsolesmus, Abysma, Xenihilo
- Nefaria calls Mogrum by his original name, Mogol; doing so causes one’s current form to disintegrate, from doubt
- Darkana confirms the perks of Nefaria’s monstrance, but not whether she used them or supplied them (for example “the petrified Nard”, Faddlegas), other than the elevator
- Tiscinivel has been promoted to Imperial Inspectorate, and meets with the head of the Estimen Briguild in the capitol spires of Midiria
- The Estimen displays a sonic shotgun (without actually firing it), which projects a focused sonic blast through a rotating disc, firing coin-sized holes in rapid succession at the target
- The air pirates have “been taken care of”?
- The air pirates are in Murderwings (highly customized and armored Nanowings, with extra firepower), and the Warhead mothership is visible at upper right in panel 7
- The ship the Codefathers are using slowly becomes more defined
- Ponymus is the ancestral and protected home of the unicorns (“thousand-year law” forbids “unsanctioned” entrance of their walled borders)
- First (current) appearance of Sky-Shindigo, the blue unicorn (panel 4)
- Karbunkel introduces Cornelius to life in Fargon
- Karbunkel is in his “diplomat” uniform
- Professor Harshon is based on John Houseman, particularly his role in The Paper Chase (1973)
- Where did Cornelius learn the answer he gives? (See #46, panel 5)
- Did Waywardo actually fall this time (from Insanus’s walloper), or is he stuck on repeat?
- Hugturd notes that Waywardo’s legs are broken
- Pip arrives with Irata in panel 7, in expanded form and carrying a “Mr. Blindy”; what are they planning to do with Waywardo?