Today on Quantum Vibe:
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First Seen: Wed 2017-10-04
Story & Art: Scott Bieser
Colors: Lea Jean Badelles
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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.
QUANTUM VIBE: ASSIMILATION on Sale! [ Dec 18, 2017 ]
At long last, the 5th volume in the Quantum Vibe saga is now available in print. Buy your copy today from Amazon or Barnes & Nobel. You will be able to order directly from Big Head Press (sorry, US shipping only) very soon. Also, look for announcements for Quantum Vibe: Assimulation being available on Kindle and from DriveThru Comics.
The Transcript For This Page
Hugo, Murphy and Eithne sitting at the table in the Causa Sui galley. Eithne is eating from a bowl.
Hugo: Hyper-advanced, god-like beings and they spend their time playing, games?
Eithne: Well, that's what I might do.
Murphy: But think of all the other possibilities!
Eithne pauses in her eating long enough to deliver the following:
Eithne: From what I understand, they did. And did them. These guys are at least 30 petaseconds old, maybe a hundred. And that's just since their corporeal civilization ended.
Eithne: What do you do when you've done everything? Especially when you have a small group of peers to do it with?
Eithne: You either play war games or you go to war, for real. And even BattleRampage 40 Million gets old after a few hundred megaseconds.
Hugo is brooding, realizing for the first time the error he had made.
Hugo: But this is no computer simulation. This is real warfare, with real sapient beings, however manufactured.
Eithne: Yeah. How many Gluteans have your Cush 'assimilated' since you joined them?
Murphy: That's a touchy subject, Eithne. Can we revisit that later?