Today on Quantum Vibe: The old bat
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First Seen: Mon 2016-04-25
Story & Art: Scott Bieser - Colors: Lea Jean Badelles
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In Bok's apartment on Zytemonde. The door slides open to a darkened room, Bok and Zander peer inside.
Zander (whispers): Is your aunt asleep?
Bok (whispers): Most likely.
Bok (whispers): If she hasn't drunk herself into a coma by now.
The two boys move cautiously through the apartment towards the bedrooms. Zander notices empty bottles, drinking glasses and plates littered around.
Zander (whispers): Not much of a housekeeper, is she?
Bok (whispers): She used to be, but now, not so much.
Bok: It's like the old bat's become a reflection of this dying world.
The Old Bat, dressed in a robe, holding a wine glass, and fairly drunk, appears in the doorway of a room the pair has just passed, startling them.
Aunt Dorothy: Oh, there's some life lef' in this old bat yet, kiddo.