Riven Sol combines Lovecraftian horror with a space station setting.
Rated PG-13 for violence, language, and mild nudity.
February 8-10, 2013
I don’t think you ever want to be part of a project with “fusion” in the title, unless you’re in nuclear physics.
O_o I love how they’re padding the truth of the matter with such flowery “positive” words.
Yeah, because they totally look ‘comfortable’ in that last panel.
Man, all that high tech equipment and they couldn’t be bothered to buy them a chair?
Good idea. Give the captive prisoner test subjects a projectile to throw or a source of raw materials to rip apart and use as crude weapons.
Beanbag then? Soft bit of floor?
And now we see why Tilly has such a mad-on! I would too!!
Hmmm, larvae. It would be cool to see a shoggoth life cycle added to the cannon.
Comfortable for a shoggoth, perhaps; they’ll need a lot of room in case they grow tentacles immediately.
The researchers’ methods seem a bit crude for a culture that can clone its own guards, but who am I to say? One does wonder about the budget, oversight, to whom they report . . .
The worst inconsistency is here: the stated purpose is producing humans that can see farther into the universe with sanity. However, the subjects are abused so badly that they would never want to cooperate with their captors no way even if the experiment succeeded. There is nothing benign about this. Thus the lies start the minute the report begins.
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