This is an idea for a fan theory forum post.
The basic idea is that everything we see (not just the sepia bits) reflects the point of view of the main character in that scene. For this reason it is an anti-canonical idea. It builds, I guess, on that quote from the professors, that the purpose of the comic was to show the unreliability of narrative, or something like that. The concept is that there is no absolute objective truth in the strip, everything is filtered through the characters subconscious perceptions.
Why come up with such a (deliberately controversial) theory?
Start by looking at Klaus Wulfenbach. The more we get to know him, the more sympathetic and likable he seems. But how do we explain his torturing/experimenting (with apparen…Read more >