I'm getting tired of webcomics, and stories in general, which take place in THE FUTURE and have FUTURE MACHINES that have FUTURE ABILITIES, but then only focus on it's bland palette of cookie cutter characters. These characters aren't even transhuman. They don't even have exotic jobs. One works at a diner and the other is a botanist categorises plants. Why does this webcomic emphasis the fact that the setting is so far into the future? I only read the first chapter, so I can only speak for the first chapter. But because of how the first chapter played out, I can tell that I won't like it without it having thing I like being jarring. The main conflict doesn't even make any sense. In the future, no one likes touching people, and when they do, it's a weird aberration. Why? I go out of my way every day to not bump into people and I still brush up against someone every once in awhile. I also disliked how the author didn't make it clear as to whether the main character's quest for love was motivated by emotional needs or sexual repression. There's a pretty big difference between the two, and not being able to show the difference is incompetent. I don't like what I saw of it. It set itself up poorly which, typically for any medium of storytelling, will haunt itself for the rest of the run time. I don't want to review it because it would mean reading fourteen more chapters of this.