Today on Quantum Vibe: Evasive maneuvers
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First Seen: Mon 2018-04-09
Story & Art: Scott Bieser - Colors: Gus Mendes
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The Transcript For This Page
Diana flying through the gloomy city in her Jetsons flyer.
Caption: I was ready to go straight home and crash.
Caption: Oh, so ready.
Caption: But halfway there, the hairs on the back of my neck started to tingle.
Looking at a holoscreen projected form the dashboard, we see the traffic behind Diana. Including a dark, somewhat sinister-looking flyer.
Caption: A few seconds' looking at my rear camera revealed that yes, I was likely being followed.
Caption: Somewhat ineptly, if he didn't want to be noticed.
Caption: I figured I should lose him, somehow.
The holoscreen now shows a command menu. Angled so we see thru it in reverse, and Diana pointing at a highlighted link-icon.
Caption: I didn't really know how to fly. I relied on auto-pilot exclusively.
Caption: But the ever-thoughtful Monty had entered some evasive-maneuver programming.
Caption: I just had to tell my car what I wanted to avoid and ...
The flyer suddenly makes a high-speed 90-degree dive, alarming Diana.