I can't believe that only 1/4 of this thread actually discusses Endling's art and Red's expressions, and the other 3/4 is pointless banter and bickering.
Can't we talk about the picture?
I think the text with Triumphant suggests that when Red gets out, she's going to have company and may take some sort of leadership role. The text with Despondent/Pouty may support this.
Pinoccio may be a part of that group. People call him "Pino" for short, and Red may see him as enough of a friend to use such a nickname -- or else she finds his full name too much of a mouthful, and doesn't respect him enough to use it. Pinoccio can also take his eyeballs out, which makes sense for a wooden puppet.
Red likes birds, and they make her happy. She may also like cider, and that seems to make her a little too "happy."
Red may not have previously met Gretel, as she's surprised by the giant fork. But I guess I shouldn't be surprised if Red has never met any of the other inmates. Dr. Crooked might very well be keeping her in solitary confinement.
There is at least one girl among the inmates that annoys Red. Seeing as how Rosie and Posie (and possibly Little Miss Muffet) are more likely to seen as dangerous threats than mere annoyances, I think I can safely scratch them off as possibilities. Either she finds Goldilocks too sweet, or Gretel too aggressive. Given that I don't think Red wants to be a psychotic, angry killer, I don't think she would find kindness as annoying as arrogance.
...Gretel just strikes me as the kind of girl who demands her own way and is entirely convinced she deserves it.
Most of all, with this picture it seems that despite what she's gone through recently, Red may still capable of a wide variety of emotions. Otherwise, I doubt many of those panels would be so expressive.
Good judgment comes from experience.
Experience comes from bad judgment.
-Unattributed Native American Proverb