Ursula Names Her Price

Ursula tells Noah just how much her investigation is going to cost him.
That’s one way to alienate future customers, yes.


Ursula sure seems very optimistic about the market demands for her services… either that or she thinks Noah’s a mark.


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Comic description

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Noah, leaning between the arm of a sofa and a stack of folded towels, looks skeptical of Inspector Ursula’s sales pitch and asks, “So… how much is this going to cost me?” Ursula grins and explains, “Well… solving mysteries takes years of specialized experience, schooling, and training. I gotta cover my costs, y’know.”

Noah picks up the stack of towels and rolls his eyes and tells her, “You’re in third grade.” Ursula smiles and says, “Exactly!”

Now putting the towels into the linen closet, Noah repeats his question: “So… how much is this gonna cost me?” Ursula replies, “You can pay in easy instalments of just $500 each.”