He was a blonde here--not a redhead like he is now.
Shifting gears now to the current iteration of this comic, I will say that the ongoing development of Sarah as a character has been part of my new creative strategy. In this week's comic strips, readers will learn a little about the current version of Daniel Barrett.
Comparing this to the work I am doing now, I realize that, as interesting as some of the social issues are, the characters are more important. At some point, "Generation Why" will end, or, at the very least, it will evolve (or mutate?) into something different.
When that happens, I will be forced to evaluate it as a finished piece of art. How will the characters have changed? What arcs became the most important? What about the relationships? Did the comic have any literary symbolism? Was any of it actually funny?
The answers to those questions remain to be seen. In the meantime, I will continue this retrospective next time with the introduction of the earliest version of Sarah Jessup.