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- Given that "Cold, Cold heart" implied that the cybernetics from "project winter" were what drove Snow into becoming the deranged killer he was in the comic, it only makes sense that the same would occur with Ice which most likely explains why she refused to listen to Sly when the castle was crumbling.
- Seeing that Sly and his gang were more concerned about getting Drake's green crystal from Zahn than they were about the warlords going off to go and wreak havoc with their new weapons (which, again, Sly neglected to mention after waking up), innocents would have been killed by the warlords if Torus didn't "bypass" Bubo through Shelby to invade the Congo.
- The fact that Bubo even has private bank accounts; the author never elaborates on what those are and why he has them, but given the kind of leniency he had with Jack and the kind of opposition he gives Torus, one can only assume the worst.
- Much of how Ned answers the reporters in "The New Director" are just Non-Answers, but these two specifically are concerning.
- The beginning of his answer to the second reporter asking to how Ned intends to fix the targeting of specific animal types? He begins it with stating how all lives matter and then follows it with a tone-deaf speech that doesn't even bother to address the reporter's concerns...essentially Ned just plans to ignore the issue and not address corruption in the same manner that Bubo did, which was how the entire mess in "Thief of Virtue" began.
- When asked if he intends to take Interpol down a progressive direction? Ned yet again dodges the question and states he'd enforce every law exactly how it was written, even if he disagreed with them until the "appropriate party" has determined to change the law (which, given Bubo's potential hand in things at Interpol, may be never); basically this insinuates he intends to take a Lawful Stupid approach, even when its the morally wrong thing to do, and then hide behind disingenuous disagreement to downplay the fact which reeks of hypocrisy given how he worked with a master thief similar to Jack Lupus; Basically, Ned just told that reporter no.