Today on Quantum Vibe:
Leap of Faith begins
Strip 981 - Click on page above to goto the next page.
First Seen: Mon 2014-12-08
Story: Mike Baron
Art: Lee Oaks!
Colors: Lea Jean Badelles
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The Transcript For This Page
1/1 A deep space luxury liner orbits the Jovian moon Europa. Voices from within.
The Huoxingian luxury liner Shōkaku Maru settles into orbit around the Jovian moon Europa
I'm jumping ship.
Riga! You can't! You signed a contract!
1/2 Interior utility loading dock of the space liner. Riga and Estelle are two food workers wearing one-piece jump suits crouching behind a cargo container. (Riga, an ethnic Russian, has long black hair, currently tied up into a bun on the back of her head.)
Are you really going to do it?
Yes. I've been miserable ever since we left Terra.
1/3 Close in on Riga and Estelle..
I didn't sign up for harassment and abuse, Estelle!
Tell the captain
Are you kidding? He's in bed with them! It's only going to get worse
1/4 Close in on Riga and Estelle. Riga is putting little round cups over her ears.
I signed up to meet a mate. Y'all see how well that worked out.
You never really meet someone until you don't need someone.