That is perhaps the cheapest, and most effective, page-turning panel ever.
Damn it. Two days!
Agreed, Justin. These guys are the true masters.
Yay! Come on Dash.
ACK! One suspenseful moment just leads to the next!!!
I know how you said you have avoided “Slaughterhouse Five” like the plague but I recommend reading it eventually one day when Tune has concluded.To put your mind at ease, your story is actually very different than the one of that novel; just sharing some aspects such as the alien zoo. It’s a thought provoking novel though, one that I didn’t appreciate until long after I read it.
Related to this page, I can’t wait to hear what she’s about to say.
Oh yeah, I definitely want to read it once this story arc is over. I’ve heard it’s an amazing novel. (The only Vonnegut I’ve ever read is the first 3/4th of “Slapstick.”) I just don’t want to go anywhere near it right now because if I do, it’s sure to affect how I write this story.
I’m relieved to know it’s not much like TUNE though! Whew…
The whole human zoo thing is in a million things. From Star Trek to Superman. I’ve never thought or claimed that part was original in TUNE. It’s just a sci-fi staple I always liked and thought I could put a different spin on.
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