In the year 799 (Aschen calender), Earth is a colony under strict reign by an Aschen government. Humanity is at the brink of extinction – only a very small percent of humans are so-called gifted ones; people, who are able to still conceive/father children. Strict rules apply to the gifted ones, as the Aschen government wants to make sure that a certain number of population is being upheld.
Samantha Carter is a young woman living in this restrictive world. She is 25 years old, and that means she has just come of age and undergoes her first fertility tests. When her tests turn out positive, her life is about to change dramatically, leaving her to be forcefully married to a genetically compatible male.
Unwilling to accept her fate, she runs away from home to find the resistance and fight for her own freedom. When she meets Jack O’Neill, camp leader of resistance cell 4, neither of them realizes that they share more than the mutual goal to free Earth from Aschen reign. Side by side, they start fighting to liberate their world from Aschen oppression using a second, secret Stargate, which was found almost a century before in the Antarctica forests…
The only thing revealing that the little moan of pleasure had not just been uttered in her mind was the fact that he suddenly stopped moving.
He still wasn’t moving again and it was then that she knew that the reason for her moan dawned on him. It wasn’t a big deal, she told herself in a fierce attempt to fight against the embarrassment that she began to feel inside. She shouldn’t be enjoying this. It was mere survival until they found a way to escape. She most certainly did not enjoy being treated like a brood mare, and forced to have sex with her commanding officer in a semi-public place.
She pours herself a glass of wine in the kitchen and looks out the window thoughtfully. When she accidentally knocks the glass down, and it shatters on the white tiles, the red liquid spilling everywhere, she can’t help but stare. And for a moment, just the blink of an eye, she sees her broken heart lying before her on the kitchen floor.
The young woman opened her lips to gently run her tongue along his lips, tempting him to open his mouth and allowing her to deepen the kiss. He didn’t relent; however, he started kissing her back. She was good; he had to give her that. Seductively, she used her lips, tongue and teeth to run them along his own lips, tease him, and nip gently at his lower lip while her hands were grazing the skin of his neck in butterfly touches, before, every now and then moving along his shoulders and clasping them through the material of his shirt.
Sam Carter’s eyes widened in a mixture of surprise and disbelief at the blunt, curt statement, that effectively prevented her from giving the man who had so audaciously grabbed her behind an outraged speech and breaking his arm.
Jack O’Neill had uttered the words with security and absolute calmness in his voice. It was outrageous; on so many different levels outrageous and line-crossing to even remotely play along with this little game; even if it was only to uphold their cover; even if it was only to protect her.
This is another little Fun Comic I created for the television science fiction show “Stargate...
It was moments like this, where the thought occurred to her: What if I allowed him to come first in my heart? What if I agreed to stay? What if we both compromised and started building a life together? The idea was as frightening as it was alluring, but the moment she felt his body become one with hers, saw his dark eyes melt with hers, while both of them allowed their innermost feelings to surge out into the openness of the room, she wanted to succumb to it. Just for the fraction of a second. Just for an eternity.
Universes are created by thoughts. In the beginning there is always the thought; that first tiny spark of life that is necessary to eventually give birth to a notion in the form of the word.