It was a real, um, experience creating this one. Illustrator crashed on me about six times, the first time making me lose about half of my work on the first panel. I really only have myself to blame for that one, for not hitting that Ctrl+S sooner and more frequently, but I could have sworn that I did. For some reason it got really angry with me when I tried to manipulate Rex's boots after they were completely rendered. I could move them in any direction, but if I tried to scale them or alter them in any way... immediate crash. Weird.
Don't worry, I won't go on a tangent about how paper and pencils don't "crash." But I thought about it.
I don't want to talk too much about this strip, because I don't want to give anything away on accident, but if you've been following the comic, none of what transpires above should come as a surprise... well, except for perhaps Raine's new behavior toward Aiden. I remarked to my wife that it's kind of funny that the last few times I've drawn Raine, she hasn't been angry. I almost forgot how to draw her not angry.
I'm determined not to make the amnesiac angle too cliche'. Generally, when someone writes a story or whatever and uses the amnesia angle, it feels really uninspired. I don't want my stuff to come off like that. I've got some pretty cool ideas on how I'm going to play with it.