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Marooned! & More

Austin McKinley

Standard Comic
Full Color
Page Count: 24

What It's About

This collection of FCC shorts includes “Marooned!” “Agent Orange” and “Freedom Corps.” That’s 24 solid pages of complete misanthropy!

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Mister Reality

Austin McKinley, Marty Fugate

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Full Color
Page Count: 24

What It's About

Collecting the FCC classics “Mister Reality,” “Orbit the Space Cat,” and “The Rockitz,” this anthology of scrappy, futuristic comedy will make you smirk at least once.

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Dagobert II The Lost King And Other Stories

Austin McKinley

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Full Color
Page Count: 32

What It's About

Historical fiction, prehistoric comedy, and epic verse! This collection of FCC comics from 2002 appears here in color for the first time. edition!

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Honeymoon In Vega

Austin McKinley, Jason Greer, Michael Hammer

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Full Color
Page Count: 28

What It's About

Sassy ladies, androgynous bacteria, and boxing crocodiles, this anthology of space-faring comedy shorts has it all. This 20th edition volume collects FCC classics “Honeymoon in Vega,” “Space Age Boxing Club,” and “Lightspeed Dwindorf.”

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Shellac Jones River Of Love

Austin McKinley, Alan Laidlaw

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Full Color
Page Count: 36

What It's About

He’s the greatest adventurer ever to be encased in a hard clear substance science has yet to identify! Thrill to both the short adventures “The Mummy’s Curse” and “Shangri-Lac” and the two-part introduction of “River of Love,” originally published between 2000-2003!

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Boy And Robot #3

Boy is indeed more than the creche mums can handle, as the colonists land in force, and Jufex confronts Father. In this issue, the die is cast!

Neil Hendrick, Austin McKinley

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Black & White
Page Count: 24

What It's About

After centuries of traveling in space, the human colonists of the generation ship Lux Gloriana discover the terraforming robot they sent ahead has taken some creative liberties when interpreting its program.

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