A diary by means of a collage by means of a cartoon. Verbose explication in the comments. Arriving fresh Mondays. read comics the wrong way at: Latent Narratives
read comics the wrong way at: Latent Narratives
Halimahtabler, your comment's alliteration somehow fits the strip. Pulsar was a series of repetition impressions - repeated sequences that build into geometric forms. The last frame, of course, the image that became Joy Division's Unknown Pleasures album cover (1979). The original was a pulsar radio signal that graphed as pictured, and was published in an astronomy journal (as copied here). Repeated sequences that build into a patterned whole, as your (AI generated?) comment seems to here, is a subject of ongoing interest. I wish you the best in your skynetty endeavors.