@aryaya: Well Eames is concerned. On top of Ghost being raped, he's witnessed Robyn going back to see him. Therefore, he knows that the threat is still there and can very much still be repeated.
Don't get me wrong. Eames is emotional, right now. He hasn't been seeing Ghost like normal after he had his heart broken (by a miscommunication based rejection), and he's hurt that he was the last to know about this. That's on a more subconscious level, though. What he's thinking, and the concerns that are on the foremost of his mind, is that he's scared for Ghost. He wants to protect him, like he has been since they were 5 and 10 years old. Eames loves him so, so much, and he's angry that ANYONE would EVER hurt Ghost like that.
I won't go into it TOO much, since it's more shown in the next pages, but he's not thinking in the most rational way, right now. Asking Ghost, first, why he wasn't told is NOT the most appropriate way to go about this. He doesn't mean for it be an interrogation, and if anything, he's a lot more pained than anything else (i tried to show it in his expression but I'm a crap shot of an artist). He's worried, and he knows that Ghost isn't taking care of this like he should be, and because of that he's started this conversation.
Even if he doesn't start off in the right way, it's still something they needed to talk about eventually, though. This is completely a matter of Ghost's safety, and even if it isn't anyone's place to try and make him admit to being raped, he's still very much in danger and he DOES need help. So where this goes, we shall see..
Sorry I ranted, too.. I just was in that sort of moood. And you asked why, so i mean, i had to answer.
@Alybee271@gmail.com: Ahaahaha.. yeah. If you're referring to the top right panel, I noticed his arm looks a bit too thin oopsie. But anyway, thank you >w< i enjoy shading, it's relaxing~