Panel 1: THE QUESTION (VIC SAGE) stands on a rooftop overlooking a prominently displayed BILLBOARD designed as an art piece in the style of 24:00:01.
QUESTION (1): People throw a lot of theories at novelty pieces.
QUESTION (2): Most do it for the mere novelty of the idea.
QUESTION (3): Some even like to see what ideas stick.
Panel 2: The BILLBOARD – half of it is made up of panels that, when combined together, form an image of THE QUESTION’S face. Ideally, it should be done in a way that suggests this is a ‘reflection’ of QUESTION looking and concentrating on the BILLBOARD.
QUESTION (1): Sometimes it’s the least novel ideas that have the most merit.
QUESTION (2): Such as the idea that this particular piece merely has a hidden message.
Panel 3: A continuation of PANEL 2. The BILLBOARD now has the words ‘THE END’ on it.
QUESTION: The real trick is taking the least novel suggestion and finding the novelty behind it.
Panel 4: Continuation of PANEL 3. The words on the BILLBOARD now read ‘T END S COMING’.
QUESTION: Like a message hidden inside a hidden message.
Panel 5: HUNTRESS (HELENA BERTINELLI) stands next to QUESTION, looking at him.
Panel 6: Continuation of PANEL 5.
HUNTRESS: Who are you talking to?
QUESTION (1): You’re not asking the right question.
QUESTION (2): What you should be asking is…
QUESTION (3): …‘Who am I not talking to’?