Today on Quantum Vibe: The docu project
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First Seen: Mon 2018-11-12
Story & Art: Scott Bieser - Colors: Gus Mendes
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Diana stands before Wickberg and his attendants.
Diana: Sr. Wickberg, I presume? My name is Diana Martelli.
Wickberg: Ah, the famously brutalized refugee.
Wickberg: I must say, you look much more interesting in person.
Medium close-up on Diana. We can see Areum and one of the plebes behind her.
Caption: I wasn't sure whether he was alluding to that ridiculous get-up deClayre put on me for Tchaikowski's net-stream, or simply coming on to me. I chose to ignore the comment.
Diana: I'm conducting background research for a docu project I'm working on.
Diana: The topic involves the unsolved murder of the gynoid Hyami, who was once in your employ.
Caption: The 'docu project' bit wasn't completely a lie. I did plan on making a docu of this case after I'd solved it.
Medium four-shot of Wickberg and his four attendants. The gynoid on the left (Gynoid 1) is speaking.
Gynoid 1: She was our security on the House of Demons promotional tour, four years two cycles ago.
Wickberg: Ah, yes, I remember. Big girl. No sense of humor, but the job didn't require that.
Pan to include Diana, Gynoid 1, and Wickberg, who looks a bit annoyed.
Diana: No sense of humor?
Gynoid 1: She didn't laugh at the boss' jokes.
Wickberg: My jokes are professionally crafted, and failure to appreciate them is a sign of … well … humorlessness. Believe me, it's true.