Quine was a skeptic just long enough for the changing of time to prove him right.
wait I changed my mind, don't end the strip ever
I love how Jinx goes wall-eyed when people on both sides of him are talking. It's just such a quiet, fun touch.
I like that Quine takes his job just as seriously when it's regards to rust cataloging instead of establishing diplomatic relations with hostile planets.
Also, I'm guessing Zarde's ship is the new flagship? I've been perusing the archive and noticed that the Exemplar was the same ship that Holiday's fiancee was on. Man, I'm just pumped about Starslip.
Wait, wouldn't the Katarakis from their universe swap with the katarkis prisoner from the new universe and be extradited to the future? Or did I miss something?
I figure that Katarakis (and Future Beams) exist outside of time due to all the time travelling he does and did.
I do hope K-man is not wrapped up with the strip. It would nice to see it continue into the next one.
Obviously, the culprit behind it all is…the Time Ruiner!!
I have to laugh how some of the time rules in Starslip match those of "Millennium" <a href="http://(http://www.imdb.com/title/tt0097883/)” target=”_blank”>(http://www.imdb.com/title/tt0097883/).
The characters in this strip all come from different parallel universes. It makes sense that their timelines would be ruined differently.
(Even our heros that made the Big Jump together must have traveled separately by starslip drive at some point in their lives.)
I love the part where Cheryl Ladd throws away the cigarette and Kristofferson is like "the hell are you doing!"
Wow, that first panel really tickled my funny bone.
corrosion related would be a good band name
Random tidbit of the day: there's a band called "Corrosion Of Conformity".
I'm glad that we finally get to see the side effects of time changes from the other side. It's refreshing.
Oh, wow. A popular myth started by a military cover-up has apparently perpetuated hundreds of years into the future and taken root in the minds of extraterrestrials. That's kinda depressing.
Space-carrots have space-vitamin A, which is much better for your eyes than regular old Earth-vitamin A.
Loving the story arc, but today Kris, you had me at "H-Stuff".
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