When student Sam wakes up in the house of a group of obsessive sci-fi fans, she becomes their reluctant new housemate after their home gets transformed into a piece of misfiring trans-dimensional technology! Now they can travel to places where no 2-up 2-down terraced house has gone before. Armed only with their wits (and Star Wars trivia) the group of misfits must survive in whatever horrifying dimension or alternate reality they find themselves in!
An affectionate parody of Sci-Fi and Fantasy tropes, this quirky comedy adventure features steampunks, Dark Lords, cuddly Lovecraftian horrors and the occasional dysfunctional lightsaber!
Neil Googe has been lending his talent to 2000 AD for over twenty years, illustrating strips such as Judge Dredd, Pulp Sci-Fi and Hondo City Justice for the Judge Dredd Megazine. Beyond his work with 2000 AD he has also worked on WildCats and The Flash for DC Comics.
Emma Beeby had established herself as a professional writer in the film and games industries before moving into the comics arena. The first woman to write Judge Dredd, she has also worked on several other strips for 2000 AD, including Judge Anderson, The Alienist and Survival Geeks (co-creating the latter two strips with frequent writing partner Gordon Rennie). Outside of the Galaxy’s Greatest Comic, she co-created (again with Rennie) the award-winning graphic novel Robbie Burns: Witch Hunter, and has co-written a Doctor Who series for Titan Comics.
Gordon Rennie is one of 2000 AD's most prolific creators, with co-creative credits for Caballistics, Inc., Missionary Man, Necronauts, Storming Heaven, Rain Dogs and Witchworld. Rennie has written for Heavy Metal and Warhammer, as well as Species, Starship Troopers and White Trash.