Guns, Puppets, and the Open Road...
Ted was as unremarkable as his old Astro Van. It's not that anything really wrong with him, or his minivan, but there was nothing all that exciting either.
Needing a change, Ted moved to Hollywood, to look for a more exciting life. Ted wasn't all that exciting to begin with, so when he ended up doing office chores at a nearly defunct production company that specialized in puppets, he was just fine with that.
Then Ted's boss, Jack Herschfeld, a third rate Jim Henson, asked Ted to accompany him on a trip to Las Vegas. The truth was, Jack just needed the space in the van.
On the way, shots are fired at the Astro Van, changing the mood of the trip entirely. Everything changes for Ted, starting with some new clothes, meeting girls, befriending a killer florist, and a couple explosions.
Sometimes, taking some punches in the face is the best thing that can happen to you, and some punches are definitely taken.
This thriller is packed with action, humor, and crackling dialog, written by Josh Flanagan, and the iFanboy Comic Book Podcast, featuring a cover design by Sonia Harris.