The Wolf Among Us - The Wolf Among Us - Episode 2: Smoke and Mirrors
Forgive my bad English, I'm not a native speaker. But I've noticed something that I consider an interesting fact,
Now, did anyone take a good look at the last photo that Bigby takes out of the envelope in the episode's ending? The one with Crane and... well, Lily glamoured as Snow? For some reason, it is shown only briefly, but to me it looks strange... as if it is split in two parts. See: the black lines, that usually are used in Telltale's comic-like style, here look a bit strange to me:
Maybe it was folded at some point? But why only that one? I thought it may have been forged in some way. I'll try to explain what I think the best that I can. You can see how the black lines actually split the whole picture in two parts, including the white frame: one with only Crane's and Lily's bodies, and one with the faces.
Now, if we consider the possibility of the photo being forged, we should try to understand the reason behind it. Someone could be trying to incriminate Crane: the forged part of the photo could be the one depicting their faces. They may have added Crane's face to an already existing image of someone else impersonating him. But was it possible during the time when the game takes place? Or maybe it was done using magic?
However, as a reader of the comics, the fact that someone might try to frame Crane disturbs me. It does not really collide with the comic's events:* he is already guilty of treason, and this charges of stalking may be what exactly pushed Bigby into persecuting him in the first place, discover his treason and get him to confess everything to Cindarella using a trick. Seeing how the game is a prequel of the comic, it makes sense.
But the question remains. Who would try to frame Crane? Or was that even the original intention? Is the picture forged, or was it only folded (hence the black lines)? And why the envelope was left oh-so-conveniently exposed for Bigby to find? If really the stalker was so obsessed with Snow, maybe he should have taken his precious pictures with him. Or at least, not leave them in a place splattered with blood everywhere
*EDIT: I have to rectify this. Crane WASN'T guilty of treason at the time, or at least, it wasn't known, or shown. He was accused (read: more like framed) of treason later in the comics. There is a little discussion about that down in the thread, under some spoilers, so go read that. I won't say anything more specific in this post.