Today on Quantum Vibe: A group of nut-cases
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First Seen: Tue 2016-07-05
Story & Art: Scott Bieser - Colors: Lea Jean Badelles
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The Transcript For This Page
Monty and Diana gaze up at a monitor above the console, on which dense graphical data is appearing.
Diana: Woah, what is all this?
Monty: Hang on, this will take a bit to assess, with my filters on.
Monty: To filter out any malware that might be lurking in this.
Two-shot of Monty and Diana.
Monty: It appears to be – concerning the League For Security and … The Intergalactic Council?
Diana: The Council I've heard of, but what's this League?
Monty: A group of nut-cases who think Oz needs a monopoly government. Nobody takes them seriously.
Diana looks a bit embarrassed.
Diana: I've always thought some central authority was necessary, too.
Monty: Has your experience here in Oz changed your mind?
Diana: I haven't decided, yet. This place seems insane. Yet, it mostly works.