Strip 188 of Quantum Vibe
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Early star trekking

Strip 188 - Click on page above to goto the next page.
First Seen: Wed 2011-09-07

Story & Art: Scott Bieser

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Where Will Scott Be In 2016? [ Feb 29, 2016 ]

Space City Comic Con, Houston, Texas and Staple!, Austin, Texas

Scott Bieser, creator of Quantum Vibe be attending Space City Comic-Con in Houston, Texas May 27-29, in the Artist's Alley section. Scott will be at an "end-cap" table so he should be reasonably easy to find. Stay tuned for further developments.

Scott will also be attending Staple! in Austin, Texas, March 5-6. He's not there to exhibit, just to hang out for a couple of days, take in some panels and see what's shaking in this part of the Texas comics scene. If you happen to be there, you might see him.




Digital Roswell, Texas Available Now! [ Feb 1, 2016 ]

Roswell, Texas - by L. Neil Smith, Rex F. May, Scott Bieser & Jan Zach

"Wild Bill" and his Texas Rangers ride again, this time in a hi-rez, full color PDF release of the popular alternate history story from Prometheus award winner L. Neil Smith and cartooning legend Rex F. May (a.k.a. "Baloo"). Now readers can enjoy the full effect of Scott Bieser and Jen Zach's marvelous art for this fantastic tale of strangely familiar people living in a stranger world that is all too familiar.

Be the first kid on your block to get this gem of a story, now available @ DriveThru Comics..

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The Transcript For This Page

Panel 1
In the encounter room, Nichole sits at the far side of the circular bed from Seamus, mostly covered up with pillows and bed-covers.
Seamus: You no doubt have heard about the various expeditions to the stars.
Nicole: Sure. Scores of docuvids have been made from their stories.
Panel 2
Seamus, in the lower left of the panel, against a backdrop of outer space with a late 21st-century spacecraft moving towards the Rigel Kentauri double-star.
Seamus: The first mission to the Alpha Centauri system, crewed by primitive A.I.s, arrived at its destination in 151 S.A.* after 50 years' transit without a hitch.
Seamus: There were no habitable worlds there, but none were expected. It was more a proof of concept. The ship parked itself on a suitable small planetoid and still awaits retrieval.
Caption: * 2108 C.E.
Panel 3
Seamus, in lower left panel, against a different space backdrop, a different ship rockets away from the Sol system.
Seamus: Twenty years after the first mission launched, a second, faster ship – the Enterprise – was sent forth – this one crewed by A.I.s but also containing 50 humans in stasis – bound for Epsilon Eridani, 10.5 light years away.
Seamus: It was expected to reach Epsi-Eri about the same time the first mission reached Rigel.
Panel 4
Two shot of Nicole and Seamus, in the room. Nicole looks interested.
Nicole: But they didn't make it.
Seamus: No. And one knows for certain why.
Seamus: Transmissions ceased when the craft was not quite six light-years out.

Our Story Thus Far - Guide For New Fans

Web-comics Scott Reads

For thrills and chills:
Girl Genius
Schlock Mercenary
Gunnerkrigg Court
Spacetrawler
Bad Machinery
Cura Te Ipsum
Unsounded
Supermassive Black Hole
Westward
Trekker

For laughs and giggles:
Saturday Morning Breakfast Cereal
Girls With Slingshots
Octopus Pie
Scenes From A Multiverse
Oglaf (NSFW)
Questionable Content
Diesel Sweeties
Sub Culture
Two Guys and Guy
XKCD

For news and reviews:
The Beat
The Comics Reporter
Bleeding Cool
Fleen
Comics Worth Reading

For hypertension:
The Libertarian Enterprise
LewRockwell.Com
Wendy McElroy's blog
Reason Magazine Online
Freedom's Phoenix
Day By Day
Rational Review News Digest
Freedom Feens
Antiwar.com

 

Quantum Vibe Story Contents © 2016 Scott Bieser
Framing Graphics © 2016 Big Head Press