Today on Quantum Vibe:
Strip 1727 - Click on page above to goto the next page.
First Seen: Fri 2017-11-10
Story & Art: Scott Bieser
Colors: Lea Jean Badelles
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QUANTUM VIBE: ASSIMILATION on Sale Soon! [ Nov 1, 2017 ]
The current Quantum Vibe story arc is drawing to a close, with the final strip in the story going live on Friday, November 10.
You know what this means, don't you?
This means Scott will be busting-ass through November to get the collected volume of QUANTUM VIBE: ASSIMULATION assembled and available for sale by the first of December! The front cover art has been completed and is shown here.
We will announce the exact sale date before Thanksgiving.
Also, the strip will be taking a three-week break while Scott gears up to produce the next exciting story in the QUANTUM VIBE universe. Tentatively titled "Château Périlleux," this story takes place mostly in 31st-Century "France" -- that is, the independent, intergalactic, free-trade space-city also known as "Bubbleopolis," "Novo Paolo," "Kūchū Rōkaku," or simply, "Oz."
When we last saw Diana Martelli, who we met in the "Venus 23" story arc, she had taken a job with Juan Goméz, a private investigator. Her life is mostly filled with investigating insurance-fraud and divorce cases, pretty hum-drum. Everything changes when Goméz and Martelli are hired to solve the cold-case murder of the gynoid, Hayami. Her investigation takes her through the various realms within "French" society, where she meets a variety of other-worldly yet strangely-familiar characters. And the solution to this case opens up a glimpse of a conspiracy which threatens the future of "France" itself.
Escape From Terra Now On Kindle! [ Oct 2, 2017 ]
Starting today, the adventures of King Reginald the 1st and his merry gang of anarchists are now available in a series of 12 books on Kindle! Now for the first time on your Kindle device or app, you can experience these thrilling tales of bravery, and survival in the cold vacuum of space, in a humanity changing bid to Escape From Terra.
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The Transcript For This Page
Back to Alyss' balcony with Hugo, Alyss and Murphy
Alyss: And that was that?
Murphy: Pretty much. She did say if she accomplished her mission ahead of schedule she'd come back immediately rather than stick around.
Alyss: She'll get lonely!
Close 2-shot of Alyss and Murphy on the left, a memory-bubble area on the right containing a happy Eithne along with two somewhat cat-like humanoids, a beautiful young female and beautiful male.
Murphy: Not so much. She said the Gamers are attending to her … creature comforts.
Murphy: She also wants to look for the other versions of Hugo and myself who went before us, but were never found.
Alyss smiles weakly, both resigned and hopeful.
Alyss: That's it, then. I guess I'll see her again after … 31.688 standard years.
Hugo: We've acquired permission to make occasional visits. Perhaps you can join us on one of them.
Alyss: I'd think I'd like that, at some point.
Start final truck outward. We've pulled back again to show the entire balcony.
Alyss: You never explained why your and Eithne's sexy fun-time was important to the story.
Murphy: And Hugo's inappropriate joke, as well.
Murphy: We think it was those gamer gods' attempts to contact us, before they reached Eithne.
Pull back farther to show the entire building, with our friends barely visible on the balcony.
Hugo: When they try to 'reach' us all they can do is stimulate our libidos.
Hugo: Perhaps because that's how they channel their influence through biological sapients.
Alyss: I hope Eithne understands that angle.
Pull farther back to show Alyss' home as one among several buildings in Oz. Vehicles and bubbs whizzing about.
Hugo: I daresay Eithne will find ways of using that to influence the gamers.
Hugo: She is without a doubt, your grand-daughter.
Murphy: What's that old Terran expression? 'That seed did not fall far from the tree.'
Alyss: Oh, shut up, you guys.