eBook (PDF), 124 Pages
What is GAAK? It's like ET--With teeth. It's like The Gremlins if they came from outer space and had great comic timing. GAAK is what you get when you mix Steven Spielberg's "The Goonies" with equal parts of classic 50's style creature feature movies like "The Invaders from Mars". When aliens from outer space invade a small suburban town and hatch a fiendish plot to take over the earth and meet the original cast of "Star Trek", four misfit kids named Zach, Jemmy, Plato, and Chubs set out to save the world--And all before bedtime. After all, tonight's a school night. Story by Darryl Hughes, art by Monique MacNaughton
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Jun 29, 2009"Re: Re: Great read!" It is an impressive project. I am sending this along to a comic book artist friend of mine, hopefully you'll hear from him too.
Jan 14, 2008"Awesome" I'm also a Drunk Duck user, like the artist of GAAK. I've seen some pages, and this stuff is awesome. Since the print quality of the art depends soley on what the artist sets it to, I don't think you need to worry that you're wasting money when buying from this guy. His stuff is AWESOME and he knows what he's doing. EDIT- I've now read all of GAAK that has been made so far. It's like....I was supposed to write an essay but I couldn't because I was hooked on this comic. I won't hesitate to call it one of the best webcomics I've ever read.
Dec 17, 2007"Great read!" I loved GAAK. It reminded me of the days when comics and B movies were fun. Somehow this concept seems to be lost nowadays. You can keep your flawed hereos and realistic CGI. Give me stuff like GAAK any day. I loved Goonies and the original Eerie, Indiana and this comic reminded me of both. Five thumbs up! Can't wait to read more. When's the next one going to be out? A happy reader, Jane Woods
May 5, 2005"Re: Great read!" Thanks for the kind words, Jane. And thanks to Chris and Matt as well. Monique and I are really glad that you like what we're doing. :) To answer your question, Jane. GAAK is a regularly updating webcomic that follows the adventures of 6th grade misfits Zach, Jemmy, Plato, and Chubs as they try to stop the maniacal Jim Carrey like alien Gakk and his posse' of kooky Pod Critters from taking over the earth and meeting the original cast of "Star Trek". LOL! GAAK volume two will be published here at lulu once GAAK the webcomic has finished it's online run. You can find GAAK the scifi adventure webcomic here if you'd like to read the latest updates of the comic: http://www.webcomicsnation.com/moniquem/gaak/series.php Dee
Oct 19, 2004"GAAK is excellent!" This is the first book I ever bought from Lulu, and I was a bit skeptical when I learned Lulu was an on-demand print service, but the print quality is excellent. Each page of GAAK is a work of art, and I love being able to read it on paper instead of online. It's a good story, too--likeable heroes and hilarious villains. These guys are very, very talented and will likely be working for Marvel someday. This was a great buy and should be used by Lulu as an example of the great quality stuff they're able to help independent artists produce. All thumbs up!
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