Strip 1849 of Quantum Vibe
Today on Quantum Vibe: Integrated into the bone structure
Strip 1849 - Click on page above to goto the next page.
First Seen: Wed 2018-09-19
Story & Art: Scott Bieser - Colors: Gus Mendes
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The Transcript For This Page

Panel 1
Medium close-up on the Assistant doing surgery on Diana's arm. We can't see Diana's face in this frame. The Assistant has a mask and there's a floating tray with some surgical tools on it.
Assistant: All right, I'm through the dermal layers now, looking at the muscular structure.
Assistant. The local anesthesia field is holding steady. Easy-peasy there, Diana.


Panel 2
Same shot. Now the incision is being held open by what looks like a row of staples.
Assistant: Okay, the retractors are doing their job, I can see the fracture site on the ulna now.
Assistant. Looks like the tracker is integrated into the bone structure.
Panel 3
Same shot. The Assistant is intently focused on her work, a tool in each hand.
Assistant: This means I have to re-break the bone at the union point, to get the foreign object out.
Assistant: Then re-set and install a new unionizer patch.
Assistant: You'll need to wear a cast on this arm for a few days as the patch solidifies into your new bone structure.
Panel 4
Shift angle. The Assistant is still focused on the arm, but now we see Diana's face for the first time. She looks utterly horrified and a bit nauseated.
Assistant: We're more than half-way done.
Assistant: How are you holding up?
Diana: I'm fine.
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