Lynn's Comments: One thing you can do in the comics is allow the audience to read a character's' thoughts. In a soap opera, people will often talk aloud to themselves: "Alice will never have Desmond! No! I'll make sure that he knows about her sleazy affair with his half-brother, Fred! ...blah, blah, blah." It was so useful to write everything in thought balloons and have the facial expressions say the rest. Here I used the name of a friend who had started a busy flight service in Northern Manitoba - CALM Air was Carl Arnold Lawrence Morberg's "baby" and he ran it well. His family and friends called him as soon as they saw his name in the paper - and he was able to reconnect with folks he hadn't seen in years!