Decrypting Rita: science-fictional webcomic about parallel worlds and doomed romance

Egypt Urnash sez, "'Decrypting Rita' is a SF comic I've been working on for the past couple years. It's about a robot lady who's dragged outside of reality by her ex-boyfriend; she's got to pull herself together across four parallel worlds before a hive-mind can take over the entire planet. It's a slickly-drawn story that plays around with narrative in ways only comics can do; those four parallel worlds run beside each other on the page, twining around each other in various ways."

It's a damned good read, but I had trouble with the type-size on my laptop display -- maybe one to save for your bigger screens.

Decrypting Rita (Thanks, Egypt!)

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  1. The graphics for this are absolutely stunning, but it IS strange that the type is so dang small in comparison to the massive art. The small type turns this potentially awesome venture into a lesson in squinting. Even on my 30-inch display, it simply doesn't work. And even at twice the size, the type would barely be decent. The great graphics aren't enough to save this. Pity, it has potential

  2. Well for you and @wearysky, if you are using Google Chrome like God intended, it's easy.

    Press f12, select the little spyglass mag icon at the bottom of your browser to enter selection mode, select the element you want to remove with your mouse, then press del. Then press f12 to close the inspector panel when you are done.

    It's really that simple.

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