If you haven't read My Biblical Daydreams #2, Rob Clough wrote a really kind review on High-Low and that gives me the confidence to say that you should check it out.
The book is something like 72-pages altogether, there's a lot of cross-hatching, and, best of all, the whole thing is available on gumroad at a "pay what you want" price--a steal--so I feel like it's fair game to reference it.
This is also an attempt to test the colors for My Biblical Daydreams #3. The first time I consciously noticed a color palette I liked, it was in high school while reading Darwyn Cooke's adaption of Richard Stark's Parker. I tried to borrow some of the colors and figure out a way I could replicate them consistently.
Last, the next strip will feature less standing around and talking and will actually be about something--this one exists to bridge Book #2 and #3.