Today on Quantum Vibe:
A reasonable skepticism
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First Seen: Mon 2014-02-10
Story & Art: Scott Bieser
Colors: Zeke Bieser
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Roswell, Texas Now On Kindle! [ May 29, 2017 ]
"Wild Bill" and his Texas Rangers ride yet again, this time on Kindle. Now you can enjoy this popular alternate history yarn from Prometheus award winners L. Neil Smith and Scott Bieser, and the cartooning legend Rex F. May (a.k.a. "Baloo".
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Scott @ Alamo City Comic Con! [ May 9, 2017 ]
Buckle up Quantum Vibe fans, the summer season is fast upon us, and in Texas that means Alamo City Comic Con. And why is that good news for QV fans? Good news because Quantum Vibe creator and artist Scott Bieser will be on hand for the three day event, hanging out in the artist alley, drawing pictures, meeting fans and signing autographs.
Alamo City Comic Con runs May 26th through the 28th at the Henry B. Gonzalez convention center, in downtown San Antonio, Texas.
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Exterior view of the Argosy, against a black-void background.
Belenus (from ship): Captain, we are now in position.
Hernandez: Thank you, Belenus. Moe, prepare to drop the EM-Shield.
Same view of the Argosy, suddenly a large, potato-shaped moon is in the background, stars visible around it.
Moe (from inside ship): EM-Shield deactivated.
Hernandez (from inside ship): Thank you, Moe. Amadioha, signal the base with our sign.
Back inside the lounge, Jesús, Moe, Seamus, Nicole, and Murphy.
Amadioha (electronic): Base acknowledges our signal, Captain.
Hernandez: Very good, Amadioha. Ask them to bring us in on mags.
Jesús and Seamus exchange a congratulatory handshake. Murphy gives Nicole a stern look, as if to say, 'This applies to you, too.'
Hernandez: Your shield worked without a hiccup, Seamus. I apologize for doubting you.
Seamus: Quite all right, Captain. A reasonable skepticism is praiseworthy.