You know Dash has a point.
Oh how I love Andy’s expression in the last panel.
And I have to respectfully disagree, Serhend…even if he’d had the guts to ask her out, Dash picked a dimension where Andy had wronged her in some way. She could’ve picked one where things were happy!
(I love how pathetic Andy is!)
I’ll second the props for how Andy looks in the last panel.
Derek, I love where you’ve taken this story.
I love Andys expression in the last two panels.
It’s kinda weird that Dash was able to check “a lot of multiple realities” but couldn’t make the trip to Europe to find our Andys Yumi.
And “close enough” is never enough when it comes to matters of the heart, Praxian girl.
If I was traveling in Europe (meaning I’ve presumably already paid in full for things like air fare and lodging) I’m really not sure if I’ve feel like taking an inter-dimensional trip to become part of a zoo exhibit until AFTER I got everything I’ve already spent money on.
But that’s just me.
Maybe the Tuners travel between dimensions, but in the same space? I’ve been wondering about that for the last couple of weeks.
Maybe Dash’d have to go to a different place in her dimension to have the turner go to somewhere in Europe.
This is particularly possible if the “Dimension Traveling” is like shifting 90° in an axis of the Cartesian Plane, which doesn’t “move you”, just reorients you.
For instance, if a 2d described in the X and Y axes is flipped 90° on the Z axis, it won’t be visible from the perspective it was visible before, it will essentially be described either in the X and Z axes or the Y and Z axes… thus being in another “dimension”, but the same location, because the center of the object would stay at the same place in the XYZ coordinate system.
I THINK I know what you mean. And yet I don’t understand how one can jump/travel/tune from one dimension to another but fails in simply travelling a distance (which should be an easy task).
It’s like the UFO-thing: Why are aliens capable of travelling through space just to crash their vessel somewhere in Nevada? Yes, I know, accidents happen, but then again…
Wow, Derek really came up with a good story, didn’t he? We’re actually discussing the science of “Tune” here! Soon we need our own Michael Okuda here.
Little does Andy know that being paired with the alt.Yumi is the best thing that could have happened. He won’t be psychologically capable of going for her, and will therefore be able to treat her as an actual friend, which will in turn help him establish a better relationship with Yumi when he gets back home. Romances based on star-struck idealizations rarely work out.
Aha. So it’s not actually Dash’s fault. It’s Andy’s for saying/implying that Yumi is his girlfriend when she really isn’t.
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