“Lemme guess, you’re from outer space.”
“No, I’m from Iowa, I only work in outer space.”
One of the criticisms I’ve heard about our comic is that except for a few technological improvements its basically modernity as we know it. Well, here it is: space and evidence of upper level technology, and its really kind of mundane because really it should be.
Once we’re up there and we’ve wrestled the dangers of environment and the cost of travel under control, space travel should be relatively inconsequential. Its like taking the train or naval functions, with expansive dockyards, schedules, laborers, unions, organized crime, and everything in between. Its a living part of living space.
So what does this have to do with Kale and Callisto here?
Its something going on simultaneous to the actions the girls are getting involved in. There’s a plot boils and ghouls, and it all starts to come together right here with this job offer.