Quite early in Will’s tenure, and these next couple of pages are largely silent, and quite densely packed: something of a challenge, and one which Mr. Robson rises to admirably.  Here, it’s the artwork that shoulders the burden of conveying the emotional state of a man in a faceless mask.  We can see here that The Corpse clearly has deeply protective feelings, perhaps even romantic feelings, for Zena.

Oh, and I don’t want to post spoilers, but there’s something significant about the first two panels on this page.  Keep them in mind, I’ll be talking about them later.