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Schlock Mercenary 10: Longshoreman of the Apocalypse

(2010)
Author(s): Howard Tayler
Jim Zub
Illustrator(s): Howard Tayler
Travis Walton
Ben McSweeney
Publisher: The Tayler Corporation
Pages: 160
Personal Rating: 9/10
Amazon: 5/5
Goodreads: 4.5/5
Bindings:Paper Back
Series:
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Classifications:Comedy
Comic
SciFi
Action
Synopsis:
Follows the crew of the mercenary ship Touch-and-Go through what should have been a routine food delivery to the Credomar habitat, a human space colony thatís having someóa lotóof political problems. The contract didnít mention the political problems. Through various stages of combat and comical mishaps, the Touch-and-Go crew tries to stay alive and deliver the food to somebody, without being sued into oblivion.
Reaction:
This is one of the best Schlock Mercenary books. Love it!
Trivia:
Contains strips spanning February 29 2008 through March 1 2009.
The introduction to this book was written by Myke Cole.
Ends with bonus story "Schlock Mercenary: Schlock Troops".
This one has a personalized illustration of Kevyn Andreyasn in the back of the book by Howard Tayler.