Tag: Hamlet

Images & Words: The Vek, Submergence

Many of the Vek were lulled into a sense of security, thinking Ascension had left us or decided to capitulate. These slipped into truesleep. Perhaps that was its plan, to lull us into a sense of complacency, then strike.

Images & Words: The Vek, Hivernation

Many Vek succumbed to the AI plague in the last moments as it made efforts to sabotage our plans. Some Vek committed suicide knowing they had been overly compromised … others were regrettably terminated by the Technicians.

Images & Words: Enemy of Mine Enemy

The ink black mechglider tore through the grey cloud deck, its leading edges still glowing from the heat of atmospheric re-entry and its hypersonic shock wave leaving behind an ever expanding hole through which faint blue sky could be seen.

Images & Words: The Vek, Beginnings

Images & Words: The Vek, Beginnings

Your string of endless and inefficient wars hampered our genetic transcendence, not unlike the intellectual despair created by your corrupt spiritual and political leaders in your middle ages that hindered your progress.

Images & Words: Vek Technician

As you well know the Technician is one part of a symbiosis that holds the small, but fierce, Vek civilization together. Technicians are the warriors, builders, and strong arm of the Vek’s might … manifest in physical form.

Revolt by Levy Wang

Images & Words: Shadow Steps

He loathed the Tangle, but from time to time certain aspects of his undisclosed servitude required that he descend from the Spire when he was on Earth and retrace its narrow and dangerous avenues….

Space Whale by Yohann Schepacz

Space Whale by Yohann Schepacz

Note: This vignette is a continuation from Heavy Metal. Our transport pushed through the shell and entered Nullspace, the void between realities, a shortcut that allows humanity to bypass its shell […]

Visitor by Dennis Chan

Visitor by Dennis Chan

Eight years. He’d spent eight years clawing his way halfway across the planet to get back home to Michelle.  Earth was no longer a place of rules, comforts, or even […]