Today on Quantum Vibe:
Strip 1197 - Click on page above to goto the next page.
First Seen: Mon 2015-10-19
Story & Art: Scott Bieser
Colors: Lea Jean Badelles
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Roswell, Texas Now On Kindle! [ May 29, 2017 ]
"Wild Bill" and his Texas Rangers ride yet again, this time on Kindle. Now you can enjoy this popular alternate history yarn from Prometheus award winners L. Neil Smith and Scott Bieser, and the cartooning legend Rex F. May (a.k.a. "Baloo".
We know you can't wait to get your copy, so we included a handy link to buy your copy right here!.
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Scott @ Alamo City Comic Con! [ May 9, 2017 ]
Buckle up Quantum Vibe fans, the summer season is fast upon us, and in Texas that means Alamo City Comic Con. And why is that good news for QV fans? Good news because Quantum Vibe creator and artist Scott Bieser will be on hand for the three day event, hanging out in the artist alley, drawing pictures, meeting fans and signing autographs.
Alamo City Comic Con runs May 26th through the 28th at the Henry B. Gonzalez convention center, in downtown San Antonio, Texas.
The Transcript For This Page
In biology class. The students are seated at tables. There's a row of counters along a far wall containing various types of gear. An android instructor (Ms. Tibia) is lecturing. Zander and Bok are in the back row.
Caption: Biology class:
Zander (whispers to Bok): Can you distract Ms. Tibia while I use the magnifier?
Bok (whispers back): Sure thing.
Looking past the backs of some students' heads at Ms. Tibia, who is lecturing.
Tibia: … and so we see the advantage of a planned ecology, as we have on Zytemode, as opposed to the chaotic system on Old Terra.
Tibia: Every function is fulfilled by organisms scientifically designed for their purpose.
Tibia: This makes for much simpler management. No struggle, no extinctions, no ...
Looking past Ms. Tibia, to where Bok has his hand raised.
Tibia: … yes, Mr. Clark?
Bok: Also no variety, no excitement, no fun?
Bok: Is 'simpler management' really worth living on a boring world?