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Published on Dec 3, 2010
He's unassuming. He's polite. He's pretty much completely oblivious. Why, he's unflappable everyman Danny Husk—brainchild of celebrated comedian Scott Thompson—who's now starring in his very own graphic novel, DANNY HUSK: THE HOLLOW PLANET.
"Just what we need, another desperate comedian using the graphic novel to kick start a movie franchise," says Scott Thompson.
Thompson has been playing the character Danny Husk for over twenty years. Now Danny is jumping from the television screen to the printed page in DANNY HUSK: THE HOLLOW PLANET. The story first saw life as an original screenplay by Thompson and was then adapted by Stephan Nilson of Frozen Beach Studios and illustrated by artist Kyle Morton. It also boasts an original introduction from the author.
Life isn't working out the way businessman Danny Husk imagined it would and after everything in his life completely falls apart, he digs in and finds a way to fall even further, finally ending up alone and enslaved in a strange land—a place so strange that someone as clinically average as himself stands out as a fascinating specimen amongst the sassy trolls, morose giants and mysterious lords! Suddenly the ordinary is the extraordinary and Danny finds that he likes it. Join Danny as he explores a sexy, savage, and hilarious world at the center of the earth where a man's word is only as good as his moustache.
"We watched KIDS IN THE HALL when it originally aired; we were big fans," said IDW book editor Justin Eisinger. "When we heard Scott wanted to do a graphic novel, we had no idea what to expect. But HOLLOW PLANET delivers in laughs, concept, and a tone that is unmistakably Thompson. It's just a fun read. Our advice, 'Try it now.' "
DANNY HUSK: THE HOLLOW PLANET ($19.99, 120 pages, full color) is now available in stores. Diamond Order code: SEP10 0406; ISBN 978-1600108211.