The dream creature reminds me of a Morlock from the classic movie The Time Machine (1960). Don’t know if that’s intentional, or not . . .
Nope. Purely accidental, Alex. I do remember that movie, but was trying for originality w’ the creature. When it comes to monsters, there’s probably a good chance for unintentional “overlap”.
Alex, I imagine “George” really losing his $#!+ if the Morlocks he faced had looked like this!
I don’t know if its Quadra’s inner demon. For me, this imagery evokes what Bee’s brought to her life so far (I might not say that if it weren’t for the honeycomb)…either way, it’s a creepy and effective bogeyman (woman?).
I do hope Quadra gets over the hump of the episode with the baguette. (A reader signed up for that abuse?!)
A superb analyzation of the dream, RGR. And, yes, a reader PAID to be subjected to that abuse.
man, it’s obvious that she won’t overcome that demon of hers! idk, but mr. lyman said that that project would provide us with quadra’s life before she met max rep, and if i recall well she was keen to violence and that’s why she went to a psychotherapist..am i right mr. dally?
Yes, indeed, Mike. Great memory! She was on the psychiatrist’s couch once in the Max Rep series (remember the deadlifting diver in the fishtank in the bkgd?). Hope you’ll like where all this goes next!
Expect the unexpected (occasionally). Will she conquer it or BECOME it?
Ha, I guess that confirms you’re headed where I thought you were headed. I have an obsessive fascination with characters that deal with that issue. And it’ll definitely keep me reading!
Thanks trillwig! I do want to keep you coming back. There’s a lot more strangeness ahead!
I get it, that’s her inner demon. Is her goal now to try and conquer that demon?
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