Omega 4 Replay: Episode 32

In the year 2016, the human race was blessed with increasingly frequent updates about the impending release of Mass Effect: Andromeda. In the months that followed, Rachel and CC embarked on an intrepid journey to replay the original trilogy. After taking some… detours…. these two have returned to continue their voyage through the Milky Way.

The civilizations of the galaxy called it:

The Omega 4 Replay
by Carolynn Calabrese & Rachel Weiss

Comic 1: "You Hate to See It"
Quib-quib: "Sorry I tried to frame you for war crimes, Tali. But the geth are suffering, and it's our fault."
Caption text: "Heartbreaking, The Worst Person You Know Just Made A Great Point"

Comic 2: "FUN FACT: If the Omega 4 Replay Was a Person, It Could Read by Now"
Liara: "The Shadow Broker had Feron for 2 years..."
Rachel: "Wow i forgot it had been that long"
CC: "You mean as long as we've been playing ME2 in real life??"
Rachel, cackling: "hah!"

Comic 3: "I Am No Longer Baby I Want Power"
Feron: "Liara?! YOU'RE the Shadow Broker??"
Liara, backlist by screens: "What? Like it's hard?"

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Rachel Weiss

Rachel Weiss

Rachel is a designer and artist from Texas. She is pro-feminism, pro-crones, and pro-dogs. She's also Boss Crone at POMEgranate Magazine, and one day hopes to be able to drink her tea without so much milk and sugar.
Carolynn Calabrese

Carolynn Calabrese

If you prick your finger and write “Cat Fancy” on your mirror during a harvest moon, CC will appear behind you and make you put human clothes on your pets. CC is Head Crone in Charge at POMEgranate Magazine, as well as the co-host of Moon Podcast Power MAKE UP!!
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