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Webcomic profile: Intergalactic Truckstop
Intergalactic Truckstop
Food, Fuel, Fuzzy Aliens.
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Content flags: Violent ContentStrong Language
Language: English
Genre: Science-fiction
Activity status: Discontinued/Completed
Archive url: Visit archive
Last update: 23rd Nov 2013, 11:00 AM
Number of comics: 280
Number of subscribers: 27
Visitors: 165658 visitors (1161138 pages viewed)
Rating: 5 (44 votes)

Webcomic description

The year is 2180. Immortality is now a commonly-available genetic modification, but complete unkillability has yet to be achieved... Or so the universe thinks. A single batch of military-grade prototype GELFs (Genetically Engineered Life Forms) has exhibited this ability, but at the cost of being rendered mentally unfit for military life.

Cooped up for a year, the GELFs manage to escape from the facility that made them. Being a terrible pilot, one GELF, codenamed "Yellow", crash-lands its escape craft on the swamp planet of Bloogis V. After getting stuck in the swamp, Yellow is rescued by two employees from a refueling station orbiting Bloogis. With no ship, no money, and nowhere to turn, Yellow makes up a new name and a gender for itself, re-dyes its fur, and asks for a job on board the station.

A couple weeks later, and Yellow, now known as Chaz, is already getting the hang of his job, mixing drinks, talking with customers, the works. What kinds of weird and wonderful customers will he meet while working at the Intergalactic Truckstop?

(The comic doesn't have a lot of mature language, but there's a swear here and there so I figured I'd play it safe!)


Just a guy from Scotland who draws comics about fuzzy aliens being terrible space bartenders. :D

Most recent comments left on Intergalactic Truckstop

Dakota Dawn (Guest)
17th Jan 2019
Oh god the nostalgia after coming back to this comic after so long
Left on Oh, Humanity.
7th Jun 2017
I loved this comic, the ending was so happy I loved it!
Left on Speak of the Devil
Bubbadoo (Guest)
25th Nov 2014
Might be easy to do myself, at least with the solid black bits, but getting the gradients might be tricky. also might be too small of a resolution to make a good background. :v
Left on Out On The Streets
Bubbadoo (Guest)
24th Nov 2014
They would still get repaired by the nanocells, wouldn't they?

(Old comment but what ever.)
Left on Black Box
Dragon (Guest)
16th Aug 2014
Yes! Questions such as "If Chaz got punched in the face, would the speaker break?"

That might make for an interesting arc...
Left on Speaker For Yourself