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First Seen: Mon 2011-09-12
Story & Art: Scott Bieser
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EFT v1.3 Available At DriveThru! [ Oct 12, 2015 ]
This week we release volume 1.3 of our digital re-issue of the Escape From Terra saga. In this issue we present to you the 47 page story, The Iceman Cometh which tells the tale of strange adventure that unfolds for the Guzman brothers as they attempt to deliver ice to a mysterious client. A fun "hard sci-fi" story for the very reasonable price of $2.50(US).
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Next Week: Escape From Terra, Volume 1.4 - Martian Mystery
EFT v1.2 Available Now! [ Oct 5, 2015 ]
As promised, Escape From Terra, Volume 1.2 is now available at DriveThru Comics for the low price of $2.50. This latest digital release of our popular sci-fi webcomic tells the next story in our saga: War Of The Worlds. The follow on to World Ceres wherein we see what events are set in motion from King Reggie's little "joke".
And stay tuned next week for, the next digital release, Escape From Terra, Volume 1.3 - The Iceman Cometh.
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In the encounter room at Dalliances, Seamus and Nicole continue their ultra-private conference.
Nicole: I hope you brought us in here for more than a history lesson, Seamus.
Seamus: Quite so. I was merely establishing the context for my purpose.
Medium shot on Seamus.
Seamus: It is my theory that humans flourish best when they have frontiers to explore and conquer.
Seamus: Keep us bottled up within boundaries long enough and our culture begins to rot and erode, and people become either ennervated or self-destructive.
Medium close-up on Nicole, looking dubious.
Nicole: I – I suppose so, but we still have plenty of unexplored places in the Solar System.
Nicole: Don't we?
Seamus, looking ominous.
Seamus: We have a few such places on the inhospitable fringes, and your mother's Venusian terraforming project may well give us one more interesting place to build upon.
Seamus: But the rot has already set in.
Seamus and Nicole.
Seamus: Luna was once much like L-5 City is now, but, well, you'll see when we get there.
Nicole: Ok, so granted we need new frontiers, and the stars are probably out of our reach. What else is there?
Now Seamus smiles one of his enigmatic smiles.
Seamus: While we've been looking for new worlds across the canyons of intersteallar space, we have overlooked countless new worlds almost literally right around the corner.
Seamus: In alternate quantum universes.
Looking past Seamus at Nicole, Nicole rolls her eyes.
Nicole: Alternate universes? Oh, come on.
Nicole: David Deutsch proved way back in the First Century that we could never even detect them, much less cross the dimensional barrier.
Medium close-up on Seamus, looking determined.
Seamus: David Deutsch was brilliant. And, he was wrong.