This was the first comic that I hadn't really planned out in advance. Usually I would write a bunch of comics quickly, and then tweak them over time based on what was going on, and any last minute changes I thought of. This time, I wrote the comic on a Monday, and edited it for a few days before letting it sit, re-reading it later, and making some more changes. I'm not sure if it has really made much of a difference, but it's easier to make them this way, so I think I'll stick with this producing method.
The lack of light in the tunnels here is both a good thing, and a bad thing. Good, because I don't have to worry about posing a lot and bad, because there isn't really much for the reader to look at and understand what is going on. Usually I would say that without seeing the characters you miss half the action, but that doesn't happen much in my comics because I don't use their bodies enough. It's a problem I'm working on.
I added the reference to Frohman being a rebel expert just because I needed something for the combine soldiers to talk about while waiting for Frohman to blow himself up. His final line in the last panel I had ripped off from a Foxtrot comic where Peter tries to slide over the hood of his car Dukes of Hazard style. I just changed the line "Molten... shrapnel... in... groin...." from the original "Underwear... snagged... on... windshield wiper...." I'm not sure why I added the "Molten" part in there though. It could be something that would be funnier if left out.
Lighting in the 5th panel was pretty easy. I just put a big yellow colored light on the ground, and then a yellow colored lamp next to it facing the Combine Soldiers. I kind of like how the lights worked out. Oh, and that big yellow blur over the combine soldiers' heads is supposed to be a car that was blown over their heads by the grenade. Usually grenades don't have that kind of force, but I needed to find a way to get that car pinned against the door.