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Strip 690 of Quantum Vibe
Today on Quantum Vibe: The valuable planetoid
Strip 690 - Click strip above to goto the next strip.
First Seen: Tue 2013-10-15
Story & Art: Scott Bieser - Colors: Zeke Bieser
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Transcript For Strip 690

Panel 1
In the lower foreground, Munroe. In the background, a paparazzi shot of Seamus, waving away the camera, with Nicole and Murphy close-by.
Munroe: How do you stop an invisible threat?
Munroe: Flemming and Newsdon turned to the man some call the smartest in the system, Dr. Seamus O'Murchadha, who just happened to be on-world.

Panel 2
Michaels, behind her a graphic showing concentric circles in cross-hairs, with a question-mark in the center.
Michaels: Using an experimental technology t'e nature of which is being kept a trade secret, Dr. O'Murchadha was able to locate and track t'e deadly object, less t'an four days away from impact.
Michaels: To stop it, he broadcast t’e data to t’ose best-suited to handle t’e problem.

Panel 3
Behind Munroe, an image of the asteroid prospector Ian Ringwald, identified by a tagline. He wears goggles, has a neck-beard and is grinning.
Munroe: He alerted Skywatch, the prospector network, and within a day, the first prospector reached the planetoid and began diverting its course.
Munroe: The first rock-wrangler was joined by two others who slowed the massive planetoid into a parking orbit around Eunomia.
Panel 4
Michaels in front of a photo diagram with mug shots of Chelsea and Ed and the three rock-wranglers arrayed around the carbon planetoid, set against a background of gold coins.
Michaels: By Belt custom, ownership of the valuable planetoid is shared by the three prospectors plus Flemming and Newsdon, who are credited with its discovery by Dr. O'Murchadha.


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