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Comic #3968

1 Spanners: All right. I'm restoring the computer from the backup backup drive.
2 Spanners: Now installing the autopilot patch.
3 Spanners: And engaging the autopilot. With a good eight seconds to spare. We can emerge from cyberspace and should land safely now.
4 {scene change: they are back in realspace, on the bridge}
4 Serron: That was anticlimactic.
4 Iki Piki: We didn't want climactic!!

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I originally gave the last line to Paris, but then I realised that in realspace she's still unconscious.

The background in the last panel is a photo I took ascending out of Narita Airport near Tokyo.

Leaving Tokyo

The colour balance changes a bit when I display it on my screen and use it as a background behind the set when I take the photo.

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