thats some surprisingly skimpy underwear for a middle ages-esque time setting. then again maybe its just a sign of how decadent their society is. ...and I supposed a pair of leather knickers from the roman era was dredged up from the Thames (yes, really) so hey, maybe they got up to some kinky shit back in those days
I can't help to notice that in the first two panels she is wearing a long sleeved top and in the third she has either rolled them up, changed them or taken off the top, but this last one I'm not too sure because it looks too tight to be on top of the short sleeves.
He's technically right. You could have used a colon or a full stop more strictly correctly than a semi-colon. Semi-colons should be reserved for two purposes: joining two complete sentences that are thematically linked in order to underline the link, or for lists in which each list item is a sentence or complete clause.
However, in literary use, it's fair game to use them to indicate a long pause (especially in speech) which doesn't qualify for the use of a full stop. A lot of commentators and editors consider semi-colons to be no more than a poncey comma and hate them with a passion. It's hard to argue with their point-of-view, but I personally consider a well-used semi-colon to be a thing of elegant beauty.
Kurt Vonnegut described them as "transvestite hermaphrodites" which, frankly, only encourages me to use them more!