Today on Quantum Vibe: It is important you not move
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First Seen: Mon 2018-09-17
Story & Art: Scott Bieser - Colors: Gus Mendes
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The Transcript For This Page
Diana is sitting in a chair with a raised arm-rest (like what phlebotomists use), Diana has her right arm on the rest and The Assistant is strapping it down. Dong and The Mechanic are looking on.
Caption: Soon afterward:
Assistant: This shouldn't take long.
Diana: Is it really necessary to strap my arm down like this?
The Assistant is scanning Diana's arm with some new device.
Assistant: It is important that you not move during the procedure. Less pain that way.
Diana: I'm all in favor of less pain. But, what are you doing now?
The Assistant is making a small mark on Diana's arm with a pen.
Assistant: Scanning your arm. It's important to know the exact location and position of the tracker we want to remove.
Diana: Okay, that makes sense.
The Assiatant is swabbing the middle of Diana's forearm with an antibiotic (iodine) solution. Diana's eyes go wide in response to what The Assistant is telling her.
Assistant: Also, it's possible the tracker is booby-trapped.
Assistant: It might explode or release a toxic cloud when I try to remove it.
Assistant: Good to know in advance.