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.
It would be better if Andy just tell Dash to not give Yumi the premium
contract, or to say it’s human’s “common sense” to not be stuck in another dimension for life due to a contract, or actually explicitly say what she is signing up for, you know, correctly this time.
I’m just sayin……..
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