Life goes on.
::sigh:: So hard to choose…
There’s life, love & hyperspace all on one page.
Truth in advertising. Don’t see that every day.
Lovely page, as always.
Welcome to the torment* imposed by accidents of physics, huh?
* – I had a much stronger (proper) noun in mind.
Perhaps they will prefer to have Carl be the only survivor?
gee, based on their previous exploits, they make it sound like they are going to be able to get back so easily…
I suppose any person would wonder how to pick up the pieces and threads of an old life.
IIRC, the Old Edition Graphic Novel has a scene on the Pathfinder where Colonel Anderson says something like “The only way to shut the engine down was to reverse the whole sequence.” That reversal of the sequence could explain why Pathfinder ended up in the original universe, while Hiawatha and Galaxion ended up in alt-universe. Which implies that “all” the Galaxion crew has to do is get the engine working again, run the reverse sequence, and they are home.
Yes ! Yes ! I myself actually saw this happen many times on Star Trek, so we must know how possible it is !
Except they’ll need to re-crystallize the dilithium…
Oh, I’m sure that it’s actually much more complicated than that.
It certainly will be when the few survivors find out that the crew of the Galaxion don’t even have a clue, and they might just all be lost. Not going home to anything. The human dimensions are the most difficult to measure.
I dont think the author’s got any inkling of ending the comic so soon. After all, there is no such thing as paper on the internetz!
Good show of human emotions there. Its surprising to many that one really does want to go back to an old way of life. Keep at it!
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