One of the many things I love about the comic is the depth of the characters. Mulligan is quite often an ass (aren't we all). By his own admission, he and Wiley didn't always get along, but damn it, he's human. The kid had an amazing voice, and in his own way, Mulligan respected him. I can't think of a character in this amazing piece of work that feels flat or one-dimensional. Well done Mr. Twist, well done.
Just wanted to say great job on the comic. I started reading back in 2013, and then I just picked it up again a few months ago and am finally all caught up. This might be one of my favorite pages yet. I'm looking forward to more! Thanks for sticking with it for so long.
This reaffirms my belief that, when it counts, Mulligan is indeed good people.
I actually have quite a few real-life friends who mirror Mulligan, personality-wise. They're brash, unfiltered, and will rib and dog you every chance they get (in jest), but when it counts, they're the biggest guys that come through to help, or show support. So this is cool to see.