The Story So Far...
Issue 1: Serial Fiction Sideshow
Nothing is more dangerous than a halfwit who controls all crime!
He calls himself Master Asinine. Don't laugh.
With the might of the underworld at his back, Asinine plans to rule the--well, pretty much everything. He's got a planet-destroying laser and just bullied the galaxy's major criminal organizations into forming an unstoppable force he calls "The Bad Guys."
Standing against him is his one-time comrade-in-arms Matross Legion, a somewhat neurotic green-skinned Trioxidillian. He and Asinine haven't spoken since Asinine killed their best friend, which, as you can imagine, somewhat soured their relationship.
Gathering a small team of people with hyperabilities, Matross prepares to confront his old enemy. Trouble is, Asinine is also getting ready, and he has all the usual evil mastermind tricks up his sleeve--and a few surprises for an old friend. So don't laugh at Master Asinine. At least, not to his face.
Rated PG: Comedic violence, mischief, made-up swears, random name-calling, total hilarity
Issue 2: Home Sweet Home Invasion
So asking where to find the restroom is out of the question?
When Power Plant and Franchise's starship crash-lands on the Bad Guys' new home turf, a simple mission goes from routine observe-and-report duty to straight-up survival. And their pilot, a robot with a vocal processor built from car alarms, doesn't make hiding any easier whenever it decides to speak its mind at 120 decibels.
Can Power Plant and Franchise outwit Master Asinine's hunting party long enough for Legion and Burnout to mount a rescue operation? Or will the hunting party execute them before Power Plant runs out of stuff to break? Did Power Plant even brush his teeth before he left the house?
It's a race between life and death...with a robot who has no inside voice!
Okay, I seem to remember Power Plant brushing his teeth this morning, so that's one problem solved.
Rated PG: Comedic violence, mischief, made-up swears, unglamorized portrayal of suicidal tendencies, random name-calling, crashing the company car, loud robot snowman, total botchery of the arts
Issue 3: Technophobia
No one told Master Asinine that dicso is dead.
Master Asinine has a new scheme up his pants: take control of the Good Guys' space station by usurping its controlling software, the haunt control. His method of attack? The word-jumbling Scapegoat and the buffet-bingeing Multipurpose.
When Scapegoat and Multipurpose install Asinine's new haunt control control, it wreaks havoc: public-access lyrics to the tune of disco beats. Oh, and attempted murder. Now Good Guys Ace Spandex and Smithereens must find a way to shut it down.
To boot, Schizophrenic escapes Good Guy lockup. All this while Legion needs to impress investors whose money will ensure that the Good Guys continue operation. But how can he when Schizophrenic takes him hostage in his own station?
How will the Good Guys deal with the enemy...when the enemy is their own home?
Rated PG: Comedic violence, mischief, unglamorized portrayal of suicidal tendencies, temptations with alcohol, made-up swears, random name-calling, crashing the company car, forced questioning of your place in this universe
Issue 4: Armageddon Trigger Finger
What's a guy gotta do to get a break around here?
Legion is invited to speak at the Intergalactic Peace Symposium, a conference based around military response, as a last-minute presenter to showcase the accomplishments of the Good Guys.
Much to Legion's irritation, work follows him wherever he goes when Master Asinine and his typical enclave of idiots make an appearance in the hopes of capturing and cloning the Good Guy leader. For some stupid reason.
But when Legion and Asinine are joined by a mysterious third faction hell-bent on destroying the universe, the two must put aside their differences to stop the shadowy cloaked figures. And just who is this Lord Alpha who sent them anyway?
Absolute hijinks ensue--or at least percolate--in this newest installment of the In a Galaxy Far, Far AwRy series! So get reading! But take a break around lunch.
Rated PG: Comedic violence, mischief, minor alcohol use, made-up swears, random name-calling, crashing the company car, flame-broiling your sense of purpose
Coming soon: Issue 5: The Genetic Equation
What else should you expect when you give your address to your enemies?
Master Asinine has come up with a new scheme to rid himself of his friend-turned-nemesis, Legion: to combine the Face Blitzkrieg with genetic altering technology and make a dangerous weapon he hopes Schizophrenic won’t ridicule him for. Nice try. Schizophrenic’s on the ball.
But when Master Asinine and his gang of goons show up on the Good Guys’ home turf, Station One, with their new genetic weapons, they threaten to turn their enemies into nothing more than organic soup. Now the Good Guys have to ward off the Bad Guys, keep out of the line of fire, and protect a group of protestors who have shown up to speak against the lack of females in an all-male military.
Can Legion simultaneously fend off the Bad Guys, impress visiting Good Guy overseer Brigadier General Patton, and keep his sanity? It’s not even Monday!
Rated PG: Comedic violence, mischief, made-up swears, unglamorized portrayal of suicidal tendencies, random name-calling, dismantling your sense of purpose brick by brick