Today on Quantum Vibe:
Strip 1484 First Seen: Fri 2016-12-02
Story & Art: Scott Bieser
Colors: Lea Jean Badelles
To boldly go where no manic pixie dream girl has gone before.
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$15 - 15 Days Holiday Special! [ Dec 1, 2016 ]
We're celebrating our 15th year of thoughtful stories, so we thought we would offer a great deal on our first three printed titles.
From December 1st through December 15th, we will be offering for $15 the three bundle set: Mike Baron & Andie Tong's The Architect, L. Neil Smith & Scott Bieser's The Probability Broach: The Graphic Novel, and special for the holidays, Susan Wells & Scott Bieser's A Drug War Carol - shipping included! Order Your Set Here!
Sorry, offer only available for shipping in the US. Sales tax will apply for Texas residents.
Quantum Vibe: Venus 23 On Sales Now! [ Oct 17, 2016 ]
Exciting news boys and girls, the 310 strips of Quantum Vibe: Venus 23 have been collected into a fourth Quantum Vibe volume from Big Head Press and is on sale now from various online retailers.
Venus 23 is the story of life on a small backwater planet, 500 years after the invention of the Murphy Drive. "Zytemonde" is a well managed, orderly, and predictable world where all needs are provided for by powerful android rulers. But life is hardly paradise when managing resources also includes controlling every aspect of everyone's life. And despite best efforts by their android rulers, a slow decay of civil society is beginning to show; with growing black markets, supply shortages, and power outages becoming more common.
Yet, while the rot slowly breaks their world down, an unexpected question begins to be seen, asked on posters littered about the city and spray painted on walls: "Hu Iz Alyss Roaz?" Learn the answer to this question along with young Bolivar Eustace Clark ("Bok") and his friends, as they struggle to survive on a world designed to end all struggle.
Order your copy today. Quantum Vibe: Venus 23 is available in print as well as digital form. Go to the Big Head Press store page to find out more!
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Looking past Eithne, Murphy and Hugo at Captain Pbbbbbbbt and lieutenants on the screen.
CP: One thing that is puzzling us. We see three of you on our monitor ...
CP: And yet our sensors indicate only one life-entity.
Hugo (thoughtsend): Uh-oh.
Murphy, 'splaining, gesturing towards Eithne.
Murphy: Our culture is very … diverse.
Murphy: Some, like myself, are machines, made from metals and plastics.
Murphy: Others, like Eithne here, are … bio-forms, grown from … seeds.
Now Murphy is gesturing towards Hugo.
Murphy: And still others, like Hugo here, were once bio-forms but become machines when their bodies cannot be repaired.
Murphy: In our culture, machine people and bio-form people have equal legal status. I am Captain of our ship because we agreed to this.
Captain Pbbbbbbbt and lieutenants, seen on the Causa Sui viewscreen.
CP: This is interesting. We have no 'machine people' such as you.
CP: Your technology must be very advanced.
CP: We invite you to visit our ship during our transit to Pbbtptlptl-pbpbt.
Hugo, Murphy and Eithne.
Hugo (thoughtsend): I should be the one to go.
Murphy (thoughtsend): Why is that?
Hugo: For one thing, I'm the most paranoid among us.
Hugo: Also, I can learn more quickly than either of you.
Same shot. Eithne is a bit surprised.
Murphy (thoughtsend): Your logic is sound … in this instance.
Murphy (aloud): We accept your invitation, and will send Hugo to visit.
Hugo (thoughtsend): I rather expected an argument there.
Murphy (thoughtsend): Too late to change your mind.