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The Adventures of Space Duck is a light-hearted comedy crime caper collection, woven together expertly by Dan Goodsell. Follow your favorite new friends, the interplanetary criminal duo, comprising an inept Space Duck and his faithful but beleaguered best friend turned partner in the form of Robot. They traverse the solar system as they attempt a series of crimes on behalf of would-be fixer Eurania. They fail and choose not to acknowledge it. Adventures full of action, accidents, and abject failure all await our intrepid pair of nitwits. Go along for the ride and let the laughter carry you, just as long as you aren't expecting anybody to accomplish anything at all. Slapstick disasters and weird wordplay run amok in the wake of our incompetent anti-heroes and their many miscellaneous accomplices of varying skills and morals, tearing apart people's lives with an obvious lack of care and deluded self-interest.
You should pick up a copy of The Adventures of Space Duck for the ideal light and funny space opera-flavored disaster comedy. Several new worlds of wacky fun serve as the perfect antidote to the serious and dour, a loose roller-coaster of space-faring laughs with extremely funny, but exceptionally dumb, outer space idiot criminals for hire. Dan Goodsell has written an excellent distraction from the worry of your real life in the present. Hopping from one cheerfully oblivious disaster of a job to another, in the company of a giant, genetically engineered space duck and his constant robot companion, is ideal escapist comedy.