Thanks for letting us see the progression! I see =overseer's point, in the concept of leaving Han Solo in there, except the canvas is too narrow for that, and I can see in the spatial aspect why you removed him. There truly is a different feel in the image once you'd removed him (from questioning/reflecting to cold and calculating)
If you feel like adding to this (oh the joyous wonders of digital painting, you can add/remove canvas space whenever you please!), put Han back in, but widen the canvas ...give him some "breathing room"
I may do that As for him looking remoresful with Han in the picture, I didn't really want that so it was a big decider in me leaving him out ( as well as not having the patience to expand the canvas width ways and do more work on him...very lazy ) But in a few weeks or so I may have another go