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Off World: The Crease
A sci-fi/fantasy graphic novel by DizzasterJuice
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Comic language: English
Genre: Science-fiction
Activity status: Active
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Last update: 5 days ago, 7:14 PM
Number of comics: 455
Number of subscribers: 225
Visitors: 933503 visitors (4950849 pages viewed)
Rating: 4.98 (2269 votes)

Comic description

These vast distances of space are only traversed by the benefit of massive star bases that generate the extensive amounts of energy needed to fold space. These star bases have been in use for almost a century and are now considered a common sight in the galaxy. But there was a time when it wasn’t as safe to travel the folds and ships were lost. It was rumored that when a ship disappeared it fell in to an unknown area of space...a place halfway between the origin and destination... a place known as “The Crease”.


Most recent comments left on Off World: The Crease

2 days ago
That raises more questions, such as "Why, or for what reason, would The Traveler have this effect on Sellah's mother? It makes me think that she was, at one time, in the presence, or under the influence of The Traveler.
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adam (Guest)
3 days ago
I just love the guy that is just lying on the ground, not giving a crap. There is this serious interrogation going on and this guy is having a nap in the vicinity without being bothered.

They truly are cats.
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3 days ago
She's not a delusion of Sellah's mind since she stuck around after Sellah died.
If she were incorporeal it would mean that she is "not composed of matter; having no material existence". But so far we know that The Traveler can change matter or the way it is perceived.
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3 days ago
How is she going to pull that off, being a non-corporeal ghost and all? She effectively led her own daughter to her death (talk about cold), so she no longer has someone so easy to manipulate... or does she?

Also, since it seems clear, at this point, that she's not merely a delusion of her daughter's mind (which was the easier explanation to believe);
At what point is her thirst for revenge sated enough for her to move on? Would killing the Mala king truly be enough for her? Or would she desire more?
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adam (Guest)
4 days ago
It was very obviously a suicide mission. That she did not see this, for someone of her competence and experience, pretty much guaranteed that she had it coming.
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