Today on Quantum Vibe:
Strip 961 - Click on page above to goto the next page.
First Seen: Mon 2014-11-10
Story & Art: Scott Bieser
Colors: Zeke Bieser
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The Transcript For This Page
Now Seamus stands at the head table. Antigony remains seated, Johanna remains standing. We see the back of Murphy, and a bit of Nicole as she lays hands on Murphy's arm and shoulder.
Seamus: Be still, my dear Murphy. I know what I'm doing.
Seamus: Yes, I was Theophilus Farnsworth. And Benedito Fernandes, and Stanley Freeman.
Seamus from behind, speaking to the assembly who listen raptly.
Seamus: At 533 Terran years, I am also the oldest living person.
Seamus: And 462 years ago, in my madness, I unleashed an ungodly Hell on humankind.
Seamus: An act for which I've been quite rightly despised, and condemned.
Medium close-up on Seamus, looking tired.
Seamus: In the centuries since I have worked to the best of my abilities to make amends.
Seamus: I have given mankind technologies to help rebuild Terra and colonize new worlds.
Seamus: I have helped to liberate Luna, and the Belt, and establish the L-5 Station as a free and thriving space-city.
Seamus looks over at Johanna, who only stares back at him.
Seamus: But I suppose that despite all my works, I must at last face my victims – or at least their descendants and heirs.
Seamus: For considering what I've done, and why, I cannot gainsay anyone else's demand for retribution.