Hail!

    This week, a hero makes his final sacrifice as Pegasus seeks to save his son even at the cost of his own program. This makes Pegasus what he sought to be all his life–human. In the next comic, father and son will definitely meet. I’m sure Norad will learn a few things from him. I’m not sure if this death or the one at the hands of Terra Nova was more heroic. When he died the first time, he was bringing vital information back to the Agents and that allowed them to find and save Crystal. Now he’s here saving his son’s program from alien nanobots. Either way, he’s still a hero and he definitely made his mark amongst his friends.

    I thought it was a nice touch getting every single surviving Agent of S.T.A.R. grouped together even if it was a holographic call for a number of them. I thought it was cool seeing the Agents together. I know Yeena was present. She and Sirak were new recruits when Pegasus died. I’ve made the timeline reflect that. The Starbolts were in action a year before his death. So, Sirak and Yeena became members of the Agents around the same time as M’anta, Shrall and Aquita. Make sense? If only Firaxil could convince Dendra and Nisson to join. Hmm…Maybe someday they well.

    As for the Starbolts themselves, you can tell they have a knack for eavesdropping. I think it’s pretty clear who was talking in the caption boxes! Every Starbolt was there. We just didn’t see them all. There are a lot of them! Now they are waiting news on their friend, Norad. Will he be saved? We’ll find out next time!

See ya then!

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About Cferra

I am the author of the Starbolts webcomic and host of Comic Showcase.

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