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Comic profile: Off World: The Crease
Off World: The Crease
A sci-fi/fantasy graphic novel by DizzasterJuice
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Content flags: Violent ContentSexual ContentStrong LanguageNudity
Comic language: English
Genre: Science-fiction
Activity status: Active
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Last update: 2 days ago
Number of comics: 379
Number of subscribers: 168
Visitors: 618490 visitors (3207594 pages viewed)
Rating: 4.97 (1890 votes)

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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”.

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Most recent comments left on Off World: The Crease

Steve O (Guest)
26th Apr 2017
Dizz, that's why I love your work, you always keep me wondering what's next.
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DizzasterJuice
25th Apr 2017
DizzasterJuice
Remember that Carrencia said that every Minkie knows of Eloma and Liropia, but your answer is coming on next page.
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DizzasterJuice
25th Apr 2017
DizzasterJuice
I'm sure a lot of them did, but not the ones that earned the respect of their men. Alexander the Great, who loved to smell nice, realized that perfume is more practical than a bath tub.
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Steve O (Guest)
25th Apr 2017
I recognized Mina H'Kosta, but that begs the question: Does that "Eloma?!" mean "Thank the gods you're alive" or "WTF are you doing still breathing? You're supposed to be dead.".
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DizzasterJuice
24th Apr 2017
DizzasterJuice
Mina H'Kosta - Page 304
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