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Strip 211 -- First Seen: 2009-07-06
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Quantum Vibe: Château Périlleux Now On KIndle & DriveThru

Quantum Vibe: Château Périlleux, by Scott Bieser now on sale direct from Big Head Press.

The hiatus is over, but now's still a good time to go back and read the previous volume of QUANTUM VIBE: Château Périlleux. Now available in digital format on Kindle and Drive Thru Comics!

QUANTUM VIBE: Château Périlleux asks how does a society without a formal government deal with crime and criminal conspiracies? In the far-future space-city known as Bubbleopolis, they do it with a mixture of wit, grit, and a culture based on rolling up one's sleeves and doing what must be done. Diana Martelli, a recent arrival, likes to call it compassionate individualism. And speaking of, young Diana is tasked with finding out who killed a supposedly un-killable android -- and uncovers a conspiracy which shakes the very foundations of the city and its culture.

As a bonus, we've added sixteen pages of "The Trial", a supplement to "Château Périlleux" which was not included in the printed version. Enjoy!

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The Transcript For This Page

Panel 1
Wide panel, aerial shot of the Rolls driving through what looks like a suburban neighborhood still under construction, some houses just frames, others nearly finished, saplings planted in some yards, etc..

Bert (from inside car): So how do you explain the gravity here?

Ernie (from inside car): How long has this project been going on?

Bert: Who is going to live in these homes?

Ernie: Why all the secrecy, anyway?

Panel 2
Inside the Rolls. The brothers are seated side-by side in the back bench-seat. We are looking forward past them, towards the front seat. On the left is Drenkowski, turned part way towards the brothers with his right arm resting on the seat-back. On the right side (this is a right-hand drive) we can see the steering wheel, a bit of the classic original instrumentation, and a high-techy looking box mounted on the dash board – the computer which is actually driving the vehicle.

Drenkowski: In due time, gentlemen, in due time.

Panel 3
Reverse view. Now we're looking from the front dash past Drenkowski at the brothers in the back seat, each gazing out the window on his own side, looking a bit put off. Drenkowski smiles his enigmatic smile.

The brothers: ….

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