On the surface, this one was very simple. The pun is easy to get (assuming people still use desktop computers these days) but to get the mirrored effect, which I'm still not 100 percent sold on to tell you the truth, I had to basically do two drawings, apply the ink, color and shading to each individually and then adjust both layers' opacity until it read as a reflection rather than a solid object. This is why artists aren't allowed in Plato's Utopia (though, ironically, this panel seems to also have a slight Plato's cave flavor to it). We create things that aren't the real deal in such a way the viewer recognizes it as something that is. Plato deemed that practice to essentially be creating lies. But, there's a saying - artists use lies to tell the truth.