Texas Man To Launch Hulk Comics Collection Into Space

Lubbock, Texas resident Dan Water made official plans with the state government to launch his Hulk comics collection into space. Water, who had been collecting the comic since the early 1970’s, had recently fallen on hard times. When asked for a comment he said “Folks, I don(sic) know what is happenin (sic) in this country anymore. One minute Hulk’s a clown, the next he’s red, suddenly there’s a Deadpool Hulk and now he’s on a jetbike fighting crime? I don(sic) know what is a happening so I’m sending them into space”.

While Water is not the first comic fan to feel lost and concerned in the complex character continuity but he the first to resort to building a strong enough missile to propel the comics into space. Water, an amateur surgeon in Lubbock who also dabbles in the occult, physics and rocketry (he added the importance of all of these interests) has invested at least $5000 in preparing the rocket. “I used most broken car pieces, some high grade explosives and a few other things.”

Why Water hasn’t simply donated his Hulk comics or at least shredded them has confused his neighbors, authorities and his wife, because if he just dropped his collection at the local hospital or took the time to sell them, he’d save a lot of money. It really doesn’t make sense. The launch will take place Saturday the 29th, in time for the Feast of Jarakkis, Eater of Souls.

Luke Herr

Luke is a writer and an aspiring professional comic writer who is also the editor in chief of Nerdcenaries. He currently is working on a graphic novel called Prison Spaceship.