Panel 1: The remark by Hooded Justice to Sally, “And, for God’s sake, cover yourself.” would have been a typical comment of the time. This remark also transitions nicely into
Panel 2: where we are looking at a scene from Sally Jupiter’s Tijuana bible, an ironic juxtaposition of two ways in which women’s sexuality is disrespected.
Panel 5: Note the Nova Express headline: “How Sick is Dick? After 3rd Presidential Heart Op?”
Panel 6: The painting in the background is by Alberto Vargas, a real-world pin-up artist of the early to mid twentieth century.
Panel 7: Sally’s remark that “. . . it rains on the just an’ the unjust alike . . .” transitions nicely into
Panel 8: back at the funeral, focusing on the umbrella and Adrian Veidt. The remark in the previous panel symbolizes the dichotomy of his plan – either just or unjust depending upon how one views Veidt’s actions at the end of the story.