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Strip 161 – In space, no one can hear you scream. Outside of the posters for Alien and the occasional scene of Firefly, we all know that’s a damned lie – The Rule Of Cool means we’re stuck with sound in space far more often than we are incidental music or the shocking background woosh of tinnitus. Point of fact, if this were a scene in an OVA or cartoon series, the suits would be squawking like The Crimson Lance.

Strip 162 – IT’S A SPACE CUBE


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