Today on Quantum Vibe:
Strip 1581 - Click on page above to goto the next page.
First Seen: Mon 2017-04-24
Story & Art: Scott Bieser
Colors: Lea Jean Badelles
To boldly go where no manic pixie dream girl has gone before.
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Scott @ Alamo City Comic Con 2018! [ Oct 1, 2018 ]
Buckle up again Quantum Vibe fans, fall is here and in San Antonio, Texas, so is the Alamo City Comic Con 2018. Get your pens ready 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 2018 runs October 26th through the 28th at the Alamo Dome, in downtown San Antonio, Texas.
Quantum Vibe: Assumulation Available On Kindle! [ Mar 1, 2018 ]
The waiting is over. And the news is this, the 5th volume in the Quantum Vibe saga is available on Kindle!. Buy your copy today from Amazon, and enjoy our heroes as they have a close encounter of the digital kind from the comfort of your favorite e-reader device.
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Shlack leads Hugo and Murphy through a passageway. Shransh and Prenk bring up the rear.
Shlack: Perhaps the best place to start is with our power distribution system.
Hugo: That would offer a convenient orientation, yes.
They enter a control room with several monitors in front of the ship's power core assembly. A crewman has been watching the monitors and is turning to look at the newcomers.
Shlack (to crewman): As you were, Krasp.
Shlack (to Hugo): This is central engineering, and our power core.
Shlack: All power generation and distribution is monitored and controlled from here.
As Hugo studies one of the monitor panels, he braces one hand against the edge of a console, as Shlack and Krasp look on. We can see the 'system cracking' effect on the side of the console but Shlack doesn't.
Shlack: Our power core works by injecting anti-matter ions …
Hugo: ... into suspended micro-singularities, and harvesting the resulting gravitons.
Hugo: Not a bad system, if you don't mind the risk of getting your ship sucked into a pinpoint.