The last time we saw General Nelson’s chief engineer, he looked like this.
Yay, early comic, even for German readers! Cudos! And it’s a cool page, too. As they say: The early worm is caught by the bird!
BTW, if any bird is constantly hungry because Galaxion updates only every other week, you may find some other worms (i. e. webcomics) in my most recent blog post Single Sentence Scrutiny: 43 Science Fiction Webcomics. Some of them even feature both hyperspace and romance.
Alex really should listen to the doctor. *eyeroll*
I wonder how Anna is…?
Which way does the gravity go in Galaxion?
I ask because it sure has a lot of large round interior areas, and I’m trying to visualize how they fit into the hull.
Is there a single gravity direction, or does it bend around the curve of the ship? (If it bends around the curve of the ship, wouldn’t that make each floor lopsided? )
I believe the floors are stacked like “normal” floors in a building (on a planet). If it were not then there would not be central stairs but ramps bending from floor to floor. That and this is a modified cruise ship: ship builders probably did not want to confuse future vacationing jet-setters.
Hi, new reader here. I have three things to say about Galaxion at the moment:
I have read the entire main archive! Yay!
I have read the entire main archive so must wait for the next weekly update! Boo!
Aria’s current civilian outfit is very pretty on her! Yay!
I absolutely love the concept for the bone and muscle scanner in panel 2. And I think you got it right about where the screen should be located.
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