Run and hide most possibly. when they let us, and I am not immediately killed, or undead, or some other unpleasant alternative (like in "Skylight" or however the movie was called where human brains where biodroid-batteries).
A part of me wishes they were holding hands (mostly because I like elves and vampires, Sorin is my favorite Magic character, and Nissa has grown on me).
I have to admit Sorin does look mighty refined here: His hair is tamer than usual and his face reminds me of male Asian models.
Come to think of it, Nissa looks more refined here too; particularly in her hair (which seems smoothed, compared to the coarseness present in her card's art).
Still, I can't say anyone renders Sorin as well as Mr. Komarck.
P.S - Still love your work and unique style, Mr. Kieryluk. Aside from Mr. Komarck, I wouldn't think to have anyone else render Sorin, especially since your art brought life to Innistrad's gothic horror theme so well.
If you look at his face, he's still got his usual cocky'ish smile.
To be fair though, I feel Sorin isn't entirely a jerk (despite being portrayed as one for almost the entire book he was in). He does feel responsibility for certain things, and he does generally keep his word.
Though, it's not as obvious as it usually is. You're right, I really wouldn't have noticed that if you hadn't pointed it out.
Imho, Sorin isn't much of a 'jerk', I just think that years of experience have made him sort of a 'seen-it-all' sort of guy, that he's mostly unimpressed with what happens around him that. It kinda does send the sort of message as an aloof, hero, trying to do good if he can, though.