Today on Quantum Vibe:
Strip 1756 - Click on page above to goto the next page.
First Seen: Fri 2018-02-09
Story & Art: Scott Bieser
Colors: Lea Jean Badelles
Creepy moves in darkness dares discovery.
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QUANTUM VIBE: ASSIMILATION on Sale! [ Dec 18, 2017 ]
At long last, the 5th volume in the Quantum Vibe saga is now available in print. Buy your copy today from Amazon or Barnes & Nobel. You will be able to order directly from Big Head Press (sorry, US shipping only) very soon. Also, look for announcements for Quantum Vibe: Assimulation being available on Kindle and from DriveThru Comics.
Just In Time For Christmas? [ Dec 10, 2017 ]
Well... there's still time left for you to order that last minute gift to give to that Big Head Press fan you love so much. Including if that someone's you. Big Head Press Santa has been busy the last few weeks setting up the Big Head Press Supply Store at Zazzle.com.
From our supply store, you can buy coffee mugs, t-shirts, posters and more,sporting the Big Head Press logo, as well as images from Big Head Press stories like our current running popular slightly weird sci-fi webcomic Quantum Vibe. Many items you can customize their colors. We've stocked the store with a few items to start, and will be adding more over time. Stay tuned for announcements on that.
But the fun part is you can take any of the art work we put up on the zazzle store, and you can apply them to pretty much any product Zazzle will put it on. The list is too long for here. Check it out for yourself. And hurry, only a couple of weeks until Christmas!
The Transcript For This Page
Cut to scene: Juan is emerging from a Displacement booth.
Caption: So while I was getting lost in the Redes again, Juan finished his – ah – business with Angela Martinez and was off to visit his old friend Paul Redoj.
Caption: Redoj had retired from the detective business and was living a secluded life in a neighborhood that was quiet, genteel, and fairly low-rent.
Juan is standing before a neo-Victorian style building, consulting his hand-screen.
Juan (thought): Geez, this building must be close to 200 years old.
Juan (thought): If Paul hadn't given me this address in his response I would never guess he'd end up living in a place like this.
At the landing, Juan is ringing a buzzer.
Juan (thought): Paul was usually a neophile. Always wanting the latest and greatest gadgets, flyers, and entertainments.
Juan (thought): I knew something he experienced had changed him, but how much –?
Answering the door is a canine-type Furry with heavy eyelids and mostly blue fir, with a bowtie.
Juan: Oh, excuse me, I'm looking for Paul Radoj -?
Radoj: Hello, Juan. I'll be your Huckleberry.