Wayfarer is a slice-of-life story meets an end-of-the-world apocalypse scenario. Three different futures are coming to an end, and each one has pin-pointed the cause to a single person in time: a young catgirl named Tussel, also known as the Distortion. Each one is sending their own representative back in time to deal with her and save their respective timelines. Will it all go to plan? Of course not! And that’s where it gets interesting…
Back in Wayfarer 1805, Tiber spoke of an impending Martian Invasion of Earth. Now that time has come as their ships descend upon the city. Told in four chapters and four perspectives let us catch up with some of the characters from 1805 and a few new ones.
Introvert Nori Cork has summoned up all the nerver she has to ask out her crush out on a date or something at least akin to a date. Meanwhile, there’s also a super villain that has sworn vengeance upon said crush. You know, typical romantic troubles.
It’s 2330, and Subspace Relay T-Zero-2 has gone dark, leaving an already unsettled AI in a panic as to what could be out there. Could it be a simple malfunction? Possibly. Alien monsters? Even more possibly! In order to find out, low ranking foxgirl technician Xani Dett is sent into the void to see what could be going on.
It’s 2336 and an alien ship is located on an alien planet by yet another alien, but Lakkat is a known type of alien, and Winter Prime has a colony on it, so they’re less alien. But that alien ship… what’s going on there? Looks like a team will need to be assembled and sent it.
The writer/artist needed to go on a medical leave, so he did something to an unsuspecting otter girl in the distant future on a distant world.
Continuity be damn, let’s wad it all up into a big ball and see what happens. Also, it’s about Yuri, and her attempts to venture out of her house and into the dating world.