Fusion #15 Page 24

5th Feb 2019, 6:01 AM in Into the Fuzz
Fusion #15 Page 24
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EssayBee 5th Feb 2019, 6:01 AM
Here's page 24 of Fusion #15, and we see that bridging between multiverses requires someone on both sides to open the door. But what is this OM-Mat that'll going to come through the bridge?


Black Rose 5th Feb 2019, 7:19 AM
Can't wait to see how this'll turn out.
kether 5th Feb 2019, 8:14 AM
So, it is actually possible for matter to travel between multiverses, just it's extremely difficult, probably only small amounts of matter can pass and it can wreak havok.

Now I'm wondering what about inmaterial beings (like bob?), either those made of energy or pure consciousness. Could they cross over multiverses safely?
EssayBee 5th Feb 2019, 9:00 AM
I haven't talked to Whistler, so I only can only infer from the details of this story arc (and I won't get into the details for sake of spoilers). That said, I would suspect beings of energy couldn't safely travel to another multiverse (energy is still a "thing"). As for pure consciousness, I'd think it also wouldn't be safe, since, although "consciousness" as a concept is safe, a being of any sort would have to have some form to exist (material, energy, or something else), which would likely interact unexpectedly in another multiverse.
Psiberkiwi 5th Feb 2019, 3:46 PM
Has there been a name change for this mysterious being? Or has it gone from species/group name to personal name?

When first introduced, the otherworlder was named, "Yu'ulawren", but on this page he/she/it is named, "Lu'uawren". Deliberate? Accidental?
EssayBee 5th Feb 2019, 7:42 PM
Whoops. That's a typo. Yu'ulawren is correct.
Black Rose 6th Feb 2019, 10:47 PM
Pray that Whistler won't contaminate Fusion's world with those energy surges...!
EssayBee 7th Feb 2019, 10:27 AM
Whistler originally had a bit more exposition about the energy surges and how they'd dissipate harmlessly because they're in the Fuzz instead of in a set universe; but the discharges could do some (non-lethal) harm if they touched anyone (sort of like a static discharge). I cut the extra bit because of panel arrangement and slowing down the momentum and urgency of creating the bridge.
...(RockB) 9th Feb 2019, 5:28 AM
I love the 3 last panels!
Guest 12th Feb 2019, 4:15 AM
So if I get it right, Whistlers work a bit like Ozma's cycle of reincarnation?
EssayBee 12th Feb 2019, 1:03 PM
Whistlers don't reincarnate; the ghost of the previous Whistler helps train the next Whistler, who is a person with some sort of supernatural ability/connection (which the person may not even be aware of). The current Whistler had a foot firmly in the world of the supernatural long before Lamont (whose corpse we saw briefly on page 2 of Issue #4) showed up to let him know he'd been chosen as the next Wandering Whistler. As a strong hint at what this "foot" was like, if I ever get around to a Wandering Whistler series (which I'd love to do and have a decent bit of story sketched out), the first issue would be titled "Modern-Day Charon."