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Quantum Vibe

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Genre: Sci-Fi
Date Added: 21 February 2011
Last Update: 2 May 2014
Current Comic Ranking: 260/26237
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Five hundred years in the future, humans will have spread across the Solar System, establishing thriving colonies on many worlds, moons, and planetoids, and transforming themselves as they adapt to new environments. But humanity has not yet ventured to the stars for two reasons: lack of a practical faster-than-light drive, and the fact that dark matter has made interstellar space more difficult to navigate than previously thought.

But one mad scientist, Dr. Seamus O Murchada, has a theory he believes will open a new frontier. And to prove it, he sets off with his sparky young assistant, Nicole Oresme, on a tour through the Solar System, exploring the strange new human cultures on the settled worlds, making new friends, dealing with enemies, and solving the riddle that is \"quantum vibremonics.\"

Current synopsis by: Patrao92
Current image by: GreatScott

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Myk Streja 5/5
Tech driven with good dialogue, excellent character development. Playful, the author inserts recognizable images. One favorite scene is where Obama lookalike puts on a Bush lookalike disguise (p. 200).

I don\'t know from technique, but I know what I like and I love this one. Well done in black & white grayscale the colors still come through.
skythorn 4/5
SF of the harder version - science is the tool, not the plot - an din Quantum Vibe we have a central character who is a petulant and mindfull girl who has been, somewhat awkwardly, teamed up with a very aged, much rejuvinated, yet heavily flawed scientist that suffers obnoxious financial riders on his research

Artwork - Clean bold linework with very effective frame and perspective use. It\'s hard to show the incredible future from a mundane use point of view, yet the artist manages this well.
Colouring - Greyscale only here. It\'s effective though. I almost prefer grayscale for this type of storyline.
Plot - There is a touch of Niven here, science and new boundaries, yet the bleak financial riders with their accounting heirachy needs comes through. Perhaps it\'s more Rudy Rucker. - Enticing & V. Good.
Character work - Sympatheticly described people are here, and you understand their motivations. Nicely done.V. Good
Worldwork - The future has it\'s rules, some implementations fantastic, some are understandable extensions of current technologies. Good, if not Excellent.

Rating : V. Good to Excellent

25 Mar 2011

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