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All Fall Down
All Fall Down
10th Mar 2013, 6:54 PM in Star
Average Rating: 5 (6 votes)
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Dooo doot.
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Centcomm
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Centcomm
owie.. how did "teach" survive.. ?
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He's not a full cyborg.

To be fair, the other cyborgs also survived, as you'll see in a few pages.
Dan (Guest)
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Nice work with the light! Especially panel 1.
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Interesting choice, and thanks!
Maximilan D Geist (Guest)
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Did the flowting skill thing explode in the third panel? Or is that its way to hide? I think it was missing sometimes we saw teach...
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It poofed!
Guest (Guest)
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Hmmm I'm guessing number 23 and 16 are doing alright underground heheh.
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Good catch!
Meh.Aloe
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Meh.Aloe
Yay! :D I so want to see those two survive through the entire story. :P
Nightsky
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Nightsky
You know, the movie version of this will never be this good. Not even Space Hollywood can do this scene justice.
Meh.Aloe
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Meh.Aloe
Lens flare to full power! :D
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Well, I'm impersonating JJ Abrams.

Not quiiiite enough lens flare, though, and the camera isn't shaking or cutting fast enough. Well, nobody's perfect.
OHH, COW! (Guest)
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Needs more cowbell, too.
kill3st
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kill3st
the lighting is so epic in this shot on this page.
Sheela
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Sheela
I wonder who this Ashes is, and what he/she said ?
Sounds like a PM name too.
Bellar
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Bellar
Betcha Ashes is the guy speaking through the floating skull.
Seafog (Guest)
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Doesn't radiation this high imply that the entire city stops working? Is this an especially strong solar flare?
And I guess I am surprised that the soldiers are not at least somewhat hardened against radiation. Implies an EMP weapon would be super effective against Unity military.
Bellar
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Bellar
The city could have an auto-off function to disable their less shielded electronics prior to solar flares. Seems likely if the star they orbit has them regularly, or if they're able to predict them.

I figured their suits were at least partially biological in nature, given their wide range of abilities and seemingly skin-tight fit. The suits die from the radiation burst and their inhabitants suffocate under the unaided heavy-mode; thus the "turning blue".
G-Rock
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G-Rock
The filter from the glasses is a nice touch.
VlRGlL
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VlRGlL
Called it.

Well sort of...