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Comic #1015

1 Iki Piki: So there's no way we can bring Paris back now?
2 Spanners: No. The computer can run her personality, but we can only communicate with her in cyberspace.
3 Spanners: We'd better go into virtual reality and let her know what's happening.
4 {scene change: suddenly the characters are in cyberspace}
4 Serron: {now a cyberspace avatar} Oh sure. We just go in and say, "Sorry Paris, we lost your body and can't bring you back to life now."
4 Paris: {behind him} You what?!!

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2015-01-26 Rerun commentary: In hindsight I should have had Spanners turned to face the instrument panel in panel 3, followed by his avatar in panel 4 in the same pose, reaching out to a virtual cyberspace instrument panel.

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