This chapter focuses on medium-specific features of style in comics, involving specifically two questions of graphic style: stylistic variation and mind style, which pose important challenges for the analysis of subjectivity in this medium. The question of the relation between two or more authorial subjectivities arises especially in cases where the writer and the cartoonist are different individuals with distinguishable styles and, subsequently, the verbal and visual narration can be attributed to different persons. The chapter examines stylistic shift and contrast in Winshluss's Pinocchio in more detail. One major stylistic contrast in this graphic novel is that between Pinocchio's tale – about a seemingly mindless robot and an out-of-control war machine who ends up being adopted as a boy, and Jiminy Cockroach's story. Pinocchio's story comprises, for instance, some painting-like splash images of varying levels of detail, wordless passages in an expressionist style, parodic sequences of Disney animation and children's comics, and panels drawn in the style of British war comics.