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Quantum Vibe: This Means War (Part 2), the 8th volume of the Quantum Vibe saga.

Quantum Vibe: This Means War (Part 2), the 8th volume of the Quantum Vibe saga is now on sale: in print, e-book and kindle. Get your copy now before one of your friends does and then tells you what happens before you read it.

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Quantum Vibe: This Means War, Part 2.

Hey gang! Good news. The books have arrived from the printer.

Over the next couple of weeks, we will be working to get the books signed, and all other perks sorted, organized, and ready for shipping.

Stay tuned for more updates as we get ready to ship. And thanks again to all our donors and patrons who help keep Quantum Vibe going.


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Panel 1
A well-dressed, blond gentleman strolls along Park Avenue in 22nd-Century New York City (which actually looks a lot like early 21st-Century New York, except for the clothing fashions of the citizenry, and the visible CCTV cameras placed all around, and more bicycles and pedi-cabs than cars in the street.
Title: Vesta, Massachusetts
Caption: Pilgrim Boner was a product of his history.
Caption: Born in California, just after his artsy parents had chosen to move to 'more progressive' Plymouth Massachusetts. Hence, his given name.
Panel 2
Boner walks towards the entrance to a century-old, high-rise apartment building, flanked by a doorman in traditional doorman's attire, and another man in a policeman's uniform with a sub-machine gun slung across his chest. The doorman cheerfully holds the door open for Boner while the armed guard grimly regards Boner through narrowed eyes.
Caption: His parents had always pronounced the family name, bohn-Air, but to their great irritation, people invariably called them BONE-er.
Panel 3
Boner is in his not-large but tidy apartment, hanging up his coat. On one wall we can see a portrait of Ayn Rand.
Caption: When Pilgrim came of age, he rejected his parents' progressivism and moved to New York City, where he got into the Objectivist scene.
Panel 4
Boner is seated in an overstuffed chair, a drink on the table beside him. In his lap he has a computer keyboard. A 40-inch diagonal holoscreen is materializing 2 meters in front of him.
Caption: When he had a falling-out with the Randian crowd, he decided he would just be an anarcho-capitalist.


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