Someone asked what that thing was on the left side of the masthead. The painting is called Saturn Devouring His Son as painted by Goya and then crudely drawn by me.
In the Wreckyard story, there are several different paintings that appear in the background of the pirate brig Scrap and Clinton are held prisoner in. They’re all based on real paintings (I finally put my Art History Minor to use). All of them represent characters of Armstrong.
In Greek mythology, Saturn (or Cronus) was so paranoid he would lose power to his children that he devoured them immediately after they were born. It’s okay, the children were gods and therefore immortal. When Saturn’s last child (Zeus) was born, he was tricked into eating a rock. Zeus grew into manhood, returned to Saturn, and then tricked him into barfing up the other children. Zeus was re-united with his brothers and sisters and they became the twelve Olympians. (Also, in Goya’s depiction, the child has an adult body).
I imagine Captain Red having great power over the Wreckyard, but deep down she knows how fragile it is. She’s so paranoid of losing that power that she devours the other girls, but it’s ultimately what leads her to her fate.
So go back and see if you can recognize the other paintings I dropped in there! Easter eggs? Hooray!