Space Cabby by Luke Herr

There’s nothing wrong with your screen. Luke Herr‘s Space Cabby is drawn on some kind of Lovecraftian shade of paper that has my scanner utterly baffled and is beyond my image manipulation skills to enhance. We’re going to say that Space Cabby has landed on a world suffused with an alien mist. Given his expression and thumbs-up, the mist seems to also have some kind of euphoric effect.

Luke has written a number of comics, including Socialfist (a superhero parody involving Soviet heroes), and the gothic horror romance The Tomb of Naomi. He blogs regularly at Nerdcenaries and is also active on Twitter.

The wing of the Space Cabby Gallery where Luke’s picture hangs will require special goggles and will also have a warning for ladies who are pregnant or breastfeeding. I’m not sure we know the long-term effects of that color on humans.

Are YOU an artist (or a writer, I’m not picky!) who would like to draw Space Cabby for me? Please let me know!

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