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41-08 - Desks are the first to go when a 'Cubi gets angry
 



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Project Future (first comic)

Project Future
 

Current backstories

Xerian Innocence, Guilt and Change   
The Bounty Project Short Stories   

Guest stories

Sierra and the Thing that Happened
Benjamin Buran and the Ark of Ur

Hiatus

Niall's Story

Finished backstories

A walk in the woods
Strange Bedfellows
The Dark Angel
Red Valentine
Heads You Lose
Dark Lord Rising
Fishing Trip
I, Panther
Turning a new Page
Critical Mass
The Axeman Cometh
The Tuppenny Man
...To catch a Demon...
Book of Tenets
The Harvest
Emily


2023/02/08 - Bounty

What's in the box? We find out.

2023/02/06 - Xerian

Slightly delayed with Scotiacon, here's the new page of Xerian, and it's time for Daryil to say his prayers.

2023/02/03

Still busy with Scotiacon, and forgot to update on time...

2023/02/01 - The Bounty Project

Special delivery!

As a reminder, updates may be sporadic over the weekend owing to Scotiacon.

2023/01/30 - Xerian

Jakob and Daryil summarise the situation with Xerian.

2023/01/28 - Innocence, Guilt and Change

Some perfectly legitimate sales going on.

2023/01/27

You are reading page 41.07 of The Epsilon Project, a weekly strip inspired by Amber Williams' DMFA. It is the sequel to Project Future.

Daryil shows The Professor how big a hole he's just dug himself.

Next week's update is likely to be late or lines-only owing to Scotiacon. We shall see!

If anyone's interested, some kind soul has created a TV Tropes entry for Project Future. So if anyone wants to help flesh it out, that would be nice.

 

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Disclaimer: This is a work of fiction and should be treated as such. Some characters are cameos or have been donated by their owners - these belong to their creators and will usually be credited as such where they appear, or in their cast pages. This aside, and also excluding some references to various computer games, no similarity to real-life events or persons is intended except where explicitly stated.

Please do not bug Amber with questions about Project Future.