The drawing of Mullet Boss I used in panels one, two, and four were originally drawn for use as closeups, so they are drawn with a thinner line, and have more detail. The drawing in panel three was meant to be used in more distant shots, so the lines tend to be thicker, and the drawing shows less detail. Creating the strip the way I did, choosing drawing for their pose, not their line weight, I often ended up with drawings meant for distance shots being used for close ups, which can be jarring.
I say this was an unfortunate result of my chosen style at the time.
Others would say it was an unfortunate result of the cartoonist being too lazy to draw new images.
Neither of these positions are wrong.