I really like how this one came out. The first thing I did was to add the “binary” to each panel, ending of course with 012 in the last. However, I was somewhat torn about this arrangement and was tempted to start over again, having the 2 in the second-to-last panel and leaving the last one entirely blank. I chose not to do so because I didn’t want the reader to have the impression that anything is concievable after that last 2, even blankness.
After I did the binary, I split up Patrick’s text. I decided to start with a more logical and rigid layout, alternating along top and bottom as the binary did. Then, as you can see in the panel with W’rk’s face, things fell apart for a little while, only to go back to “normal” by the last phrase, “as he calculates infinitys.”
My representation of W’rk here is possibly the best thing about the comic. He looks both cruel and wise; he reads Pfhorums posts on mystical scrolls; he destroys communities and leaves ruin, craters, and dead bodies; he causes nuclear wars. W’rk is a sun god, and not just a god of fire: he’s a god of fusion.