Frey is in cyberspace stealing government documents! Near the end, the glitchy text says Zero Day, which is a type of computer exploit that has yet to be discovered or fixed by the masses. This allows Frey to go undetected by the antivirus programs because the pattern of his attack isn't in the antivirus data base yet.
The quote "Bodies upon the Gears" is from Mario Savio's speech during the Free Speech Movement in 1964 at UC Berkeley (which happens to be where I went for college.)
One of the most beautiful imaginations of cyberspace I've seen easily on par with the ones in Ghost in the Shell or Summer Wars and reading this makes me want to watch Serial Experiments Lain again... which I will do once I'm done reading.
You have been able to keep the story vital enough so its' depth is only dependent on the life experiences of the person reading. I respect that quality greatly. The art..aww the art is moving, dynamic, open ended and poetry in itself. heart to heart thanks
I just realized another thing I'm loving about this comic and your art. Whenever I look at it, the movement is so...I guess realistic lol enough to really let me hear whats happening as well and I flipping love that Mastering fluidity; feck yeah.
The visuals are out of this world! This should be published, or better yet adapted in to a series! These pages deserve better recognition Awesome works! You must've put SO MUCH works and time into just each individual panel, how long do these pages take? The characters and computer artworks are stunning!
This is like that mission in Mass Effect 3.. where Shepard has to go to the Geth Consensus, where the network is resembled by a city-like environment in order to be understood by the human mind... I love how you resembled it in this one..