Today on Quantum Vibe:
Strip 1770 - Click on page above to goto the next page.
First Seen: Wed 2018-03-14
Story & Art: Scott Bieser
Colors: Gus Mendes
Creepy moves in darkness dares discovery.
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Quantum Vibe: Assumulation Available On Kindle! [ Mar 1, 2018 ]
The waiting is over. And the news is this, the 5th volume in the Quantum Vibe saga is available on Kindle!. Buy your copy today from Amazon, and enjoy our heroes as they have a close encounter of the digital kind from the comfort of your favorite e-reader device.
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.
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Back to the balcony. Lauren, Otto, Diana
Diana: What were … do you know anything about Hayami's political inclinations?
Lauren: Political? What do you mean?
Diana: When Hayami turned against Alyss Roaz it was because Roaz was attempting to alter the political situation on Zytemonde.
Otto is refreshing Diana's drink, he smiles at her sweetly. She looks sideways at him.
Lauren: I … well, I don't recall discussing politics with her, except where it touched on the logistics of our travels.
Lauren: I don't think she was a member of any of the idio-beneficencias. She seemed uninterested in that sort of thing.
Otto has stepped back.
Lauren: The only regular beneficencias I remember Hayami speaking of were Kimberly's Doll House Club, the Sisters of Charity, and the Arti-Care Society.
Diana: The Sisters of Charity?
Lauren: A social/service group of celibate women once connected to the Roman Catholic Church but split off after the Calamities.
Otto keeps gazing at Diana, who is trying not to be distracted by him.
Diana: Celibate ...
Lauren: Well, she never mentioned any romantic interests. And she wasn't particularly 'feminine' in any sense other than her outward configuration.
Diana: What did they used to call them … nuns?