I'm loving the dialogue here. It's informative and yet selectively secretive, too, and its intrigue makes me anxious to read the next page. Especially with the hanging line, "Do you?"
There is a typo, though; at least, from what I see: "I'd personally try to avoid the bigger cities though ... " Maybe it's just a flow thing with me, but I feel like that 'to' belongs in there. Really your judgment, though, of course. [:
Also ... before I shush myself in anticipation, the larger bottom frame, where Solitary and ... Jim you called him? are sitting and standing, respectively, at the counter, the perspective seems a bit awry. There appear to be conflicting vanishing points between the counter itself, and the floor toward the opposite wall beneath the booth. The counter is 'vanishing' to one point, whereas the floor tiles/boards 'vanish' to another.
BUT ! This was not intended to sound nit-picky at all. I'm loving all of this, and I can't wait to read the next page. Those things just really seemed to stand out to me, and I thought you would appreciate the comments. Of course, if you don't, then feel free to ignore them. x;
I don't know enough about the disciples yet, I guess, because I find it kind of...odd that this guy would be sort of badmouthing them (or at least, not portraying their actions and the government's as a whole in a positive light) to a complete stranger. I mean, how does he know Krice doesn't work for them? Like I said, maybe I just don't know enough about them yet, or the guy could really just be stupid or something, it just seems a bit of a stretch to me. Especially since he already noticed in the previous page that -something- seems off about Krice, whether it's in a good way or bad way.
Thanks for your comment. But I can't tell you why Jim's telling Krice/Solitary what he is. That would be giving stuff away. x3 But he's not badmouthing the Disciples. He's just explaining what they're all about, basically.