I wish I could apologize this gracefully. I like the way there's a kind of contentment in Diana's face. Despite the scarring she still has a kind of beauty to me, especially in the top panel.
I'm kind of sorry this story starts where it does, because I think pages 14 & 15 would be much more powerful if the reader had actually seen Diana being a selfish primadonna in the past. When Peace says "you were never that bad" -- yes she was. You know she was. But it's still nice that Diana can apologize for it.