YEAH, it's a gonzo, whatever, space dungeoncrawl that you'll totally love and you'll get to play things that look like they escaped from the Brooklyn Zoo, circa 3012:
hovering squid. Are we done here?
No? (Seriously?) Fine, let's continue. What you probably weren't aware of is that the artists are incredibly talented dudes who's work you likely already adore.
Ever seen this mini comic?
Click to enlarge any of these images to awesome proportions.
Clandestinauts, like its predecessor Intrepideers, is GONZO in all caps, my friends. It's a mini (and web) comic exploring the adventures of a ragtag group of adventurers through a sick and fantastical dungeon where all manner of horror is hoisted upon the hapless heroes. It's by Tim Sievert, who happens to be an amazing cartoonist and illustrator based in Minneapolis. I've met Tim on many occasions when he's hosted a table at local conventions and I'm the proud owner of several pieces of his work.
The other righteous fellow is Evan Palmer, who I met a while back and have been buying all the mini comics he's put out that I can get my grubby clubs on. My favorite so far is The Godins, about a band of wiley goblin misfits and their constant self-sabotage. (His site doesn't have a sample of that one up, but check out "The Trials of Sir Goodknight" for a close approximation of his expertly crafted sequential storytelling).
The H&H adventure party near the top of this post is his illio, FYI. Here's another robot character from his personal website.
So it comes to this, you space oaf: become a frakin' backer--for five measly space bucks you can get playtest access. For $10 more you can get it electronica. For $25 you can get the assassinated arbor version and can color in your tentacled friends. (There's also an H&H widget at right.)
Look, if the art alone doesn't get you, then the idea of mutant aliens (or is it alien mutants?) as the basis for an adventure party should, because astrobears.
Give your dice something fun to atomize!
Hulks & Horrors official site
Images are the property of their respective awesome creators. Word.
P.S. If I find my copies of their comics (we just moved, gimme a break, there's like 40 boxes still unpacked!) I'll post those and delete this sentence.