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Strip 1936 of Quantum Vibe
Today on Quantum Vibe: A sort of cock-eyed idealism
Strip 1936 - Click strip above to goto the next strip.
First Seen: Fri 2019-04-12
Story & Art: Scott Bieser - Colors: Gus Mendes
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Transcript For Strip 1936

Panel 1
Another angle on Carmine and Diana.
Carmine: Well, it does seem likely the two murders were related.
Carmine: As to the motivation? Hayami only cared about two things. One was her job.
Carmine: The other was, well, a sort of cock-eyed idealism.
Diana: How do you mean?
Panel 2
Carmine and Diana contd.
Carmine: She wasn't comfortable with the … looseness of the city's legal arrangements.
Carmine: She wanted more well-defined and specific boundaries to lawful behavior, than our poly-centric system affords.
Carmine: Did you know we were both former members of Républicains Pour La Démocratie?

Panel 3
Carmine and Diana contd.
Diana: Yes, I know a little about that group, read some of their literature.
Carmine: What do you think of them?
Diana: I think establishing a democratic republic sounds good until you review the histories of democratic republics.
Panel 4
Carmine laughs, claps Diana on the shoulder.
Carmine: Ha-ha! You're so right! That's why I quit RPLA, and I thought that's why she quit, too.
Diana: But, now you think otherwise?
Carmine: I don't think she actually quit.
Panel 4B (inset)
Cameo of Diana in inset, looking intrigued.
Diana: Are you serious?

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