Well… okay then. Short arc this will be. Let me get out the “THAT’S ALL FOLKS!” end credit window up in front of the camera and we can all go read another comic instead. I wonder how Dick Tracy is doing…
Unlike “The Well of Souls” most realities don’t come equipped with a Recovery Disk Option. Some have folks who invent Hot Fixes for it, but a fresh install isn’t usually in the cards.
You know what, if reality is this breakable, maybe the first thing to do is to not break it. I mean, sure, why not ‘dust’ your enemies with the ability to erase people from reality, but while you’re doing that you poke holes into your own reality till it becomes a leaky bucket full of leaks from other leaky buckets. Or you know what… keep poking holes in it. It’ll work one day. Welcome to Operation Sisyphus.
Okay, that’s not fair…
“Instead of making someplace there to house anthro beings, we decided to move a chunk of reality there instead.” Gawd, they probably think the best way to go to the bathroom is a Zero Gun Bidet; Hot and Cold Fusion on Tap; A Mobius Towel; a Tesseract of Soap…
Oh, narratively, I understand why the comic is set up. I just wonder about the purpose of possible video feeds to wall-mounted displays is about. Like, if it’s news reports, wouldn’t audio only be more effective? Otherwise you’re looking at a screen of a generic suit (as seen in panel 4-o-vision).
Okay, I have to ask; “What’s the purpose of putting pictures of (several/different/the same) Topsiders all over the place? Is it a video display? If it is, and all the suits look the same, how can you tell they’re talking? Do they ‘nod up and down’ like in Red vs Blue to indicate they’re talking?”
You really want to know? Here’s the answer: Uuuuuuuuunicorn!
Okay, that’s a unique gift that only a unicorn could give. I like it.
I was just gunna claim it was because of “Multi-Modal Reflection Sorting”.