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    I currently have three volumes in mind, totalling anywhere between 24 and 30 individual chapters. I believe there's space for more sequel volumes, at this time. That may change.
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    Is the Doktor a designer of St. Theresa's Eyes?

    No. Not his field.
    • CommentAuthorSladden
    • CommentTimeSep 16th 2008
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    Do the "ten-dimensional superanimals" feed on life on earth other than humans?
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    Oh, I doubt it. As explicated in NEXTWAVE #2, humans are the Elvis of snackfood.
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      CommentAuthorRudi
    • CommentTimeSep 22nd 2008
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    So when can we next expect Dr. Albert Cannon and his metal teeth to show up next?
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    #10, I think?
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    The masks the Doktor leaves for Sing, would someone smarter than me recognize the design? Or is it a total invention you plan to explain in-story later?
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    Total invention, as I recall. Sorry.
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    Rudi said:
    So when can we next expect Dr. Albert Cannon and his metal teeth to show up next?


    Warenellis replied:
    #10, I think?


    Do mean another story featuring him, or an appearance?
    I thought he was the one lurking outside the manor in the last issue.
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    He was. He has more page time in #10.
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    Thank you for confirming it was him, and the info about his upcoming appearance in issue #10.
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    I was wondering, is there any connection between the plot of Doktor Sleepless and the Lead Mask Case of August 1966?

    I can see a number of parallels: Two people dying with no signs of injury and no presence of toxins in their bodies, it took place in Brazil (where John Reinhardt went to drink Ayahuasca, though admittedly a big place), and of course the "masks" (which bare no resemblance to anything in Doktor Sleepless, but which I could not help but mentally connect with the box of masks left at Catastophe books.)
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    I was wondering, is there any connection between the plot of Doktor Sleepless and the Lead Mask Case of August 1966?

    Since I've never heard of it, probably not.
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    Is there any correlation between the Nurse's bra being red (instead of white) and people dying?

    (It keeps changing back and forth between red and white; not sure if it's an error or on purpose)
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    Doktor said St Theresa's Eyes "makes people see angels". There is indication that said "angels" are in fact the angel constructs.
    Now... are they hallucinations? Or are they real, just most of the population is unable to perceive them?
    (like fnords)
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    I have a Grinder question: What is the font shown that the Clatter Screen displays?
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    @Spiral -So you think the Nurse has only one bra? A woman of such refinement, she must have loads of undergarments. No significance in which one she wears.
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    You're just saying that to throw us off when it'll inevitably turn out the key to the entire series rests on a complex code based around the colour of women's underwear. I see your game.
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    @William Christensen

    I notice things. I don't take anything for granted that something is not nothing until it has said that it is nothing.

    What about the font Q?
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    I have a Grinder question: What is the font shown that the Clatter Screen displays?

    No idea -- Ivan puts those together himself.

    Doktor said St Theresa's Eyes "makes people see angels". There is indication that said "angels" are in fact the angel constructs.
    Now... are they hallucinations? Or are they real, just most of the population is unable to perceive them
    ?

    Now that's the thing, isn't it? Are they hallucinations? One presumes so. But then why did the Doktor see one? Has he been exposed to St Theresa's too? Or was there actually something there?