Chapter09 PG28

June 26th, 2016, 10:06 pm

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Zimeta08

Jupiter's odd stylings explained!

It seems Jupiter has more problems to contend with than we thought when we first saw him.

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DawnStar (Guest)

Oh Blue, why did your last comment make me laugh? XD Dear, your as real and kinder than most people I've met. :) Don't let silly humans make you question otherwise. ;p

As for Jupiter. Owwww. Not only did Tom stab him in the back he basically denied his existence as a PERSON. Oww. This guy has lived through some stuff. Dang. Going from being worshiped as a God, to finding God (J. considering himself one of Gods' creations), to suddenly being considered a high tech tin can?? :( That hurts...

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RadicalTrain

I was thinking about this a lot earlier and how it all reminds me of this Robin Williams movie (can't remember the name, too lazy to look it up) where he's some family household android but they let him go free and he wants to be human. A major portion is about what line is drawn to what makes someone human vs. robot as there were artificial organs in humans, and he (robin williams/android) has skin and organ bits and all that so how "human" does someone need to be to "human" or how robotic until they're NOT human anymore?

Expanding on that, there was this guy in the early 1800s that said "two things separated humans from animals: empathy and language."
Jupiter clearly has both, and a machine with empathy is, I think, what makes it a more complicated issue. You could probably program sympathy (as it's rather predictable) but empathy would probably be a lot harder..

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otterscotch (Guest)

I just found this and read the whole thing in one sitting, and I have to say, I am absolutely in love with your line work and shape design. The story is wonderful and very well paced, and I keep having to stop and pick apart certain panels because the scene composition or some other element is just so satisfying and appropriate. Really good work!

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Zimeta08

@otterscotch: Awww, thank you! I'm happy you're enjoying the read!

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Zimeta08

@RadicalTrain: Good points!

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Zimeta08

@DawnStar: Yup. Quite a step down from where he started. :0
Nice observations!

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