The Lunar Antics Presents: Boy, I’d Hate To Be Made Out Of That Stuff! by Robert Walters is a creative, entertaining book that brings together Lunar inhabitants with Earth creatures in fun and often clichéd way. The comic isn’t so much funny as it is clever and you will most definitely find a smile creep onto your face as you read further in to the comic strips. This web-comic turned comic compilation is a great way to step back and observe what an alien would think of humanity and all of our many quirks. While the collection does require a certain sense of humor and understanding of human oddities, it will most definitely suck most readers in and leave them wanting more at the end. The Lunar Antics Presents: Boy, I’d Hate To Be Made Out Of That Stuff! is a must have for anyone who enjoys odd, quirky, or less than observed comedy and will enjoy and appreciate the humor that is so evident within the collection.
There are only three things a reader has to know when encountering the moon inhabitants of The Lunar Antics—
1. They have antennas.
2. They have flying saucers—although they don’t always use them.
The Lunar Antics Presents: Boy, I’d Hate To Be Made Out Of That Stuff!
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Disclosure: Thanks to Robert Walters for providing me with his book The Lunar Antics Presents: Boy, I’d Hate To Be Made Out Of That Stuff!. My gratis copy had no reflection on my review of the book.