Ugh. Such weird dreams last night. Too bad the Cardinals pitching staff isn't nearly as good in real life as they were in my Oreo-induced nightmares.
X-Factor #11, page 14.
Pietro has just put the kibosh on Guido's rampage. Pietro explains that apparently his power to restore mutant powers, when used on a mutant with powers, would cause a sort of overload in the mutant. To this, Layla replies 'Are ye sayin' ye can take down any mutant...' (monet finished the sentence.)
OK, when did Layla start talking with a Scottish brogue? OK, it's likely safe to assume it was supposed to be Rahne speaking, since I can't see any reason for Layla to mimic Rahne' speech. So who's to blame for the screwup here?
I'll admit I don't understand the process that goes into making a comic book (guess I didn't pay enough attention to Kevin Smith movies), so I don't know the order things happen in.
Did Peter David pen the line, Arlem draw the picture and David just not notice who was in the picture when he the dialogue was added?