Well, I had a more elaborate prologue this time than I've had in a while. After discarding some other ideas, I went with the trial scenario. I certainly have had fun writing it. And of all the scenarios I came up with, this was, I felt, the best way of bringing the characters together.
The 'music' bits there are for those who'd like to picture it in their minds as an Ace Attorney game. Sadly, I don't have the photo-manipulation skills to create a Betty Brant Ace Attorney-style sprite and place her at the witness stand. But I did the best I could with what I had.
I wonder how many will catch the signifigance of the name of the person Jameson is accused of murdering.
Now, to others' prologues ... Indigo Al, I did NOT see that coming at all. Quite a dark twist there. I was under the impression you were going to give us Golden Oldie from the infamous Assistant Editors' Month issue of Marvel Team-Up. Quite a swerve, there.
And Opalord, you have an interesting idea here, with Godot being paired with the guy he was prosecuting in his trial.
I still think that Dimensional Man looks like Rorschach, though. Reminds me of the silly 'resemblance' gags we used to do. :)