At first glance...

  • Scully and Mulder not pictured together, as they usually are, emphasizing the different "spheres" they inhabit

  • Captures Scullyís assumed desire for Mulder, And the authorís desire that Scully desire Mulder

  • Scully is pictured as a sexual and feminine character: Contrast with conservative business suits in the original universe. This imagery will be explored further

  • Femininity is not a bad thing: a fan, with vested interest in the show and its characters, is unlikely to create a situation to defame the characters unless providing them a way out of it. This static image allows no such opportunities, so defamation is unlikely.