I am smiling so hard right now seeing 80s era Scotty and Bones rendered in this style. It’s great.
Where’s the keyboard cable in the first frame? 😉
Looks like multiple timeline changes. The text of Dr. Nichols button is different in each frame. “I quit smoking” (as in STIV:TVH), “Mondale & Ferraro”, and finally “Where’s the Beef?”
So are we possibly seeing the original change and then the new version following Mirai Jin’s alteration?
The changing text on the button reminds me of the changing text on the Devil’s T-shirt in a 1985 Twilight Zone episode, “I of Newton”. The whole episode is hilarious, one of the best in the series in my opinion.
I mean, maybe the changing text is just an artistic joke?
It could be a constantly changing timeline due to past alterations. Or it could just be a joke. Given the author’s interpretation of Star Trek canon, such could be a good explanation for certain things between this canon and CBS/Paramount’s canon.
Or it could be an homage to 1950s Mad magazine.
Ah man, if they needed 1984 Macintosh keyboards, I picked up a bunch from a local school district sale years back, a few keys on the one I had bought at a Goodwill had a few keys that didn’t work. The first one I ended up trying of the new-to-me ones did.
So is Again and Again still meant to be playing at this point? Or was that only on the yellow QR frame? How exactly does sound in a comic work?
Re-reading the yellow frame, it says “next few panels.”
Does that mean till the end of the story?
The song runs as long as we are getting these one-off panel shots in my opinion.
She’s a-changing history!
Uh oh. Here’s where the Museum’s game gets dangerous.
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