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Trust, p5

July 13, 2020 by Tim


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James Kite
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And so a leap of faith…

Pal87
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Pal87

Into a hay bale?

7eggert
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7eggert
Daniel Sørensen
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Daniel Sørensen

That’s all it takes kid: A leap of faith

nealithi
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nealithi

I do love this version of Ethan.
Still whacky at times. But there is some real depth of character as well.

Okotari
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Okotari

Just this one strip shows how much more mature he is than his last version. And i mean the bar was pretty low, but its an amazing improvement

Dookdook_Ferret
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Dookdook_Ferret

Old Ethan would have long since pushed the button and let him out, or been tricked

FITCamaro
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FITCamaro

Nice knowing you Lucas.

Stephen M Schaefer
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Stephen M Schaefer

And that is how Lucas died The End

Phaet
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Phaet

That’s every ‘evil robot’ storyline cliche right there: evil robot wants to kills us, kill him, no lets save him etc. Would someone please break the cycle? Like they did in Deadpool for example 😛

Hunter
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Hunter

You are entitled to voice your opinion. But if you don’t like the story, maybe stop reading?

JW85
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JW85

Wasn’t expecting Ethan to be capable of such meaningful words without… you know… ending a page with his foot in his mouth.

Mr_Meng
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Mr_Meng

Has Ethan even considered that they don’t need to save Zeke. Seriously aside from him wanting a robot buddy what’s the point? It’s not like they need Zeke to bridge the gap between human and robots and any information they need about his creator they could just piece from his memory banks especially if he is able of recording what he sees. Ethan is basically trying to reform a murderer who by all accounts likes being a murderer.

7eggert
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7eggert

We all like Zeke, and for all practical purposes, he(?)’s a person. He never had the chance to develop positive feelings to mankind (a lot of us didn’t) and many people simply don’t understand the concept of “love thy next” (but want to be loved).

Mr_Meng
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Mr_Meng

If any other person showed the same enjoyment of violence and killing and committed the same actions that Zeke has then they’d rightfully be locked away for a long time. Although I think you hit on something important as well. Ethan needs to decide if he wants Zeke to be a person or a robot. If he’s a robot then they should give up trying to change him and just delete the ‘hate humans’ programming from him. If he’s a person then Ethan needs to accept the possibility that he’s a bad person who actually likes hurting people(after all there’s… Read more »