So this is a bit of craziness, inspired by the X-Men films’ Cerebro and Astonishing X-Men’s Danger Room. This is the interior of the big sphere that is the Bluebird’s power source and main source of normal space propulsion, the fission chamber. I thought it would make a great set piece. It sets up Azzi for some intense, Christ-on-the-cross-style suffering, which you’ll see in issue two. A vampire in a fission chamber? It’s like a matchstick in a brush fire. So why would he agree to this? Maybe he sees it as part of his atonement, a requirement on his road to redemption, the only choice Sera, and perhaps fate, left him with.

“The narrowest path is always the holiest.” –Depeche Mode

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