Have You Met Zee Captain?More Like This
Sep 19, 2012 by techgnotic
The chaptered comic strip, has been collected into a 100-page graphic novel – and to the still-uninitiated:
It is not quite like anything you’ve probably ever seen before. The story follows “Zee Captain” and his sidekicks as they amble through a post-apocalyptic landscape. And while that hardly seems new and different, it’s the unusually superlative graphic quality of the comic cells and the Monty Pythonesque dialogues and leaps of logic that can become quite mesmerizing. Zee Captain, his face hidden by a gas mask that gives him a Darth Vaderish look, wears what looks like a Soviet Red Army uniform from WWII, and the strip does have nourish WWII feel. It’s as if the nuclear holocaust on Hiroshima and Nagasaki had never ended and spread to every major city on Earth. But
Tali'Zorah: In Shadows, Growing Wings.More Like This
Sat on the edge of a box in the shipping bay, Tali'Zorah nar Rayya sat awaiting the arrival of her auntie Raans shuttle, her mind racing between excitement to disappointment and then back again; she looked down at her hands, soon she wouldn't be able to see them; for today was the day she would get her suit.
Tali'Zorah nar Rayya was a quarian, and due to their low immune systems quarian children were required to spend the first ten-twelve years of their lives in a 'bubble', the bubbles were required to be fully flexible, since children were placed into them moments after birth and spent most of their time within them with the exception of bathing. Thus they needed to allow the wearer to move freely and interact with other people and objects. Upon reaching their teenage years young quarians were given customised enviro-suits, in which they would spend their entire adult lives.
"Tali" exclaimed a voice from behind her, making her jump slightly "my dear girl."
Tali turned around quickly a