For weird interactions, did anyone else note how Vitale addressed his father?
Yeah that is a bit awkward. There are times were Vitale refers to Lorenzo by his name, but only in the third person (when he's talking about his father to someone else), but referring to his father by his name when directly talking to him is a bit weird.
I think it is just a minor coloring error.
I'm definitely leaning towards art error since there has never been any past instances where her eye colour becomes that pale. It's either normal red or red with a skull. It was also red in the previous chapter in that one panel she appeared in, and her proximity to the Heart wouldn't have been any different from then till the latest chapter.
I was thinking if it could be a colour palette/temperature thing for those panels, but Para's hair and Hungern's eyes are their regular red colour so that's not it.
Valentine's behavior could also be attributed to her current intention of gathering information about the Skullgirl. Won't do her much good if Marie drops dead so soon, especially after everything Valentine's already been through. Though I assumed the Skullgirl's regenerative properties would be like, obvious. Maybe she's playing dumb too?
I mean, maybe the Labs really didn't have that information, so it would have been another new intelligence gained for them thanks to Val's infiltration. The ASG Labs hasn't been around for that long (probably around 2 decades at most as of game time), and I doubt any of them have got this close to a Skullgirl before.
Umbrella bringing up "what happened to Father" as a testament to her combat prowess (?) is... interesting.
Hmm, I think she means that if she's mature enough to be entrusted with the knowledge of what happened to her dad, Para shouldn't think of her as a kid and allow her to be involved with grown-up stuff.
Also, the transition from Umbrella waking up in the middle of the night to Parasoul fighting her is pretty funny.
Just another regular day in the royal Renoir household lol.
Does the public know Vitale is Lorenzo's son??? I'd dare say that Lorenzo currently looks younger than his children.
Pretty sure they do, and they must have already figured out that Lorenzo has some sort of secret that makes him unageing. Given the fantasy setting of SG and the fact there are numerous immortals wandering around, it's probably not super surprising. But as Eliza mentioned in her story, the public don't know what exactly that secret is. (The secret being the Life Gem)
On a similar note, does Peacock have any prior knowledge of Black Dahlia here?
Hmm, hard to say. Someone at the Labs could have told her about Dahlia, although they might not have felt there was any reason to at that point.