Today on Quantum Vibe:
Strip 1576 - Click on page above to goto the next page.
First Seen: Mon 2017-04-17
Story & Art: Scott Bieser
Colors: Lea Jean Badelles
To boldly go where no manic pixie dream girl has gone before.
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The Transcript For This Page
Hugo and Murphy are near an airlock, donning their Encounter Suits.
Hugo: I'm glad we thought to bring along these Encounter Suits.
Murphy: When I packed them I didn't expect to be using them in quite this sort of situation.
Now they're in the airlock, wearing their rocket-packs. Hugo's head is encased in a bubble, but Murphy's isn't (actually we just don't see it).
Hugo (thoughtsend): The head-gear might be a bit off-putting to our hosts, however.
Murphy (thoughtsend): Use your holo-emitters to hide it, like I'm doing.
Murphy: A little trick I learned from Nicole.
Now they're outside, moving away from Causa Sui. Hugo's head-bubble is now also invisible.
Hugo (thoughtsend): She's going by 'Alyss' now, you know.
Murphy (thoughtsend): She was 'Nicole' when she taught me the technique.
Hugo: I wish people wouldn't change their names. It's confusing.
Murphy: Was that a joke, 'Theophilus'? Or should I say, 'Seamus'?