Webcomic Wednesday: Man From Space is a silly delight!
Elliott Serrano, for Redeye
August 7, 2013
When he first brought his comic "Man From Space" to my attention, Marc Jackson was just starting out as webcomic creator. (You can read my original review of his book HERE.) Now, almost 2 years later, "Man From Space" is not only found on the web, but has also been turned into a print comic for all the comic-book geeks who prefer the experience of turning paper pages in our hands. (Yeah, I know what that's like as my home office fills with long-boxes full of comics.)
Since he's entered this new phase of publishing, I asked Marc Jackson to re-introduce Geek To Me readers to his book, and asked if he could give away a free copy. Because he's such a ginchy guy, he agreed! So check this out:
I’d like to introduce to you my funny book (yep old school phrase) MAN FROM SPACE. It’s a Saturday morning cartoon style comic that follows the ridiculous adventures of said character, a schlubby rascal with an awesome beard and his sidekick Michael, the Goldfish. We follow them on their quest to make money to pay off Michael’s escalating gambling debts by any means necessary. Along the way they encounter fine-art loving aliens, teleporting robots and mustachioed midget wrestlers. Of course they do. So buckle up, strap-on your fun-pants and leave your good sense at the door, MAN FROM SPACE is coming to you, via Uranus...