Wow! I don’t know if this is the end but it is satisfying enough to be. I love the one-phrase character descriptions.
Cool. I’m glad that worked as designed. 🙂 But there is more to come . .
I seem to remember this ending badly last time.
End of Line
Aaaaaand I malformed the hyperlink. Whoops.
Here we go: http://endstone.net/comic/issue-1-page-8/
Yes very important. We’ll see how it plays out this time.
Talk about making your worst enemy!
True. It seems the SPIRE’s programming can’t make Kyri any other way. 🙂
It can’t help that Simon was recycling existing people instead of a true “destroy and recreate” like he said would happen. Only so much one can “repair” or “improve” without simply throwing out the old and starting from proverbial whole cloth. Just ask literally any engineer, programmer, technician, etc.
Good point. Plot necessity aside, I imagine the SPIRE simply might not be powerful enough to erase everyone and create new people in their place. Or better yet Simon, in his own twisted way, is doing what he thinks is “best” for humanity. If some people cease to exist in his new world that is a small price to pay for the benefit of those who can now live in a modern world.
Well, Project SPIRE was more of a proof-of-concept than a final product based on Chapter 9. There are bound to be some limitations.
Also, I’d imagine that reality-altering wish-granting machines use a considerable amount of power. Even if it can “wish” for its own power reserves (teleporting potential energy from some exploding star, mayhaps?), the physical systems must have some limit on how much power can be channeled at once.
Oh my! I’m getting a sense of deja vu!
Yes it is all coming full circle. Good to see you commenting again. 🙂
Only this time, i hope, they can escape the feedback and let Simon get trapped in time along with his helmet.
Interesting solution, DK. 🙂 We’ll see how it plays out. 😉
KLA-TOOOOOOOM!!! ….love that…
My favorite and most used onomatopoeia. 🙂
Only second to that great Todd Rundgren song!
I recall there was a rather good sketch by French humorists about two translators who disagreed on how to translate onomatopoeia from US comics.
After a while practising English i end up finding the language familiar but the onomatopoeia always have a taste of exotism. 🙂
Oh please don’t let everything be modern! Please please please let it go back to what it was before!
Things don’t always turn out as expected. Stay tuned….
Can we leave Primrose as a puppy though? 🙂
Aaaaand here we are, full circle! Can’t wait for the big reveal…
Glad you’re still reading, Lurker and I hope I can still surprise you. 😉
Glad (again) the comic wasn’t deleted and the balance weighted the better side of the love-hate relationship.
What projects do you have for the future Tony ?
I’m not sure what I’m going to do next.
Take a long break, first and foremost. After that? If I do another webcomic, it will be a continuation of the story of these characters. The archive is getting huge so I’ll probably continue the story under another name. I own the “stonerocker.net” domain so I’m thinking of relaunching the comic under that title. But that’s not 100%. It will also probably be in black and white since coloring takes up too much of my time and I’m not sure if there is any benefit audience-wise.
But that’s assuming I’m still going to do a webcomic. I don’t know. We’ll see how I feel later. 🙂
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