Today on Quantum Vibe:
Being too modest
Strip 1498 - Click on page above to goto the next page.
First Seen: Thu 2016-12-22
Story & Art: Scott Bieser
Colors: Lea Jean Badelles
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The Transcript For This Page
CP, Hugo and the entourage proceed through another, smaller room full of bulky equipment.
CP: You are being too modest, Doctor Hugo.
Hugo: I am?
CP: Your own star-drive must be many times faster than ours.
Hugo: Er … why do you think so?
CP and Hugo, who is looking a bit discomfited.
CP: For one thing, you must have either come from the far side of our galaxy, which we have not yet explored ...
CP: … Or even from another galaxy. We could not make the shorter journey in less than 40 years, or the longer in less than 450.
Hugo: How would you know how long we've been traveling?
CP stops and takes a confrontational stance towards Hugo, who is looking cornered.
CP: We may be less advanced than you, but we are not primitives.
CP: We scanned your ship, your life-form, and you especially during trans-mat.
CP: Your living crew-member cannot be more than 25 years old, and you and your ship appear to have been manufactured much more recently.