Alterverse War

From the top of the Great Idea Pile comes Kris Straub's Starslip Crisis: Alterverse War. Set a few years in that strip's past, Mr. Straub will be incorporating characters and ships from other people's star-faring webcomics (upon request by their respective creators). This will be a weekly strip, and it will be in color! I wish I had a space-based webcomic so I could participate (or at least brought the Local Heroes crew into space and/or time at one point).

Here is the original news post:

Saturday, August 25, 2007

The year is 3438. The place is space. The captain is Memnon Vanderbeam, curator of the starship museum Fuseli. Its relatively untested crew is looking forward to a normal tour of museum duty, but their day-to-day operations are about to be interrupted... by the greatest crossover the universe has ever seen! And the outcome may tear all of reality apart! Forever!

If you have a sci-fi webcomic and want to have your strip participate, check out the Alterverse War guide page.

And whether or not you have a sci-fi webcomic, be back here every Saturday for another chapter of Starslip Crisis: Alterverse War!

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Read Comments (3)

Gil commented at 12:31 PM on August 30, 2007:

Um...I believe AGAHW might have had some kind of Space Travel....

Keith commented at 12:37 PM on August 31, 2007:

I actually didn't make that connection.

I think AGAHW might not be a great submission because (1) it's old and no longer being updated and (2) it's based in the Star Wars universe and I assume crossing over into a big name franchise via fan fiction is not something Mr. Straub would want to do.

Still, if you want to submit it, be my guest. You have my blessing. :)

Gil commented at 1:49 PM on August 31, 2007:

I ain't fillin' out that form. Way too geeky, even for me...

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