Rascals in Paradise
|Rascals in Paradise|
Cover of trade paperback collection of Rascals in Paradise. Art by Jim Silke.
|Publisher||Dark Horse Comics|
|Publication date||August - December 1994|
|Number of issues||3|
|Letterer(s)||L. Lois Buhalis|
|Rascals in Paradise||ISBN 1-56971-075-9|
Rascals in Paradise was a comic book limited series created in 1994 by writer/artist Jim Silke and published by Dark Horse Comics. It was labeled "for mature adults only", and illustrated in a "deco sci-fi" style.
In the year 2362, a duplicate of Earth is created, ostensibly as a planet-sized vacation resort. However, due to an error or miscalculation, the machine intelligence that was supposed to create the world instead created a planet called Trash-9, a world covered by hostile jungles, wilderness and deserts, and populated by dangerous natives.
- Wenberg, Brian (July 1994). "Rascals in Paradise". Hero Illustrated. p. 30.
- Rascals in Paradise at the Comic Book DB
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