Sebastian_SandbergI probably shouldn't have used the word “sabotage”. It would be a “sabotage” from Bombshell's point of view only. There would be no “damage” to anyone whatsoever. It's more like: Relik would lead the mission to a successful completion, but by defying Bombshell.
Relik sabotaging a mission and yet try to keep him away from the villain role could be tricky. The simplest solution in my opinion is to follow the story centered from his point of view. That being said, I draw a blank on what kind of sabotage he would agree to do, so we'll have to think about that as well.
The rest… sounds good :-)
And I always think of my best moments as disguised “talking heads” moments. That is, many of my comics have a tendency to be centered around monologues or dialogues. However, I've been trying to disguise this fact more or less succesfully, by embedding these “talking heads” scenes into some sort of action. I'd encourage you to do the same… or you just write something up and we can see what can be done with it.