Stephen Colbert's Tek Jansen: Invasion of the Optiklons

Stephen Colbert's Tek Jansen: Invasion of the Optiklons

John Layman Tom Peyer Stephen Colbert Scott Chandler Robbi Rodriguez / Nov 16, 2019

Stephen Colbert s Tek Jansen Invasion of the Optiklons Bursting out from the hit Comedy Central show The Colbert Report it s STEPHEN COLBERT S TEK JANSEN In this stunning continuation of Stephen Colbert s critically acclaimed yet unpublished prose novel

  • Title: Stephen Colbert's Tek Jansen: Invasion of the Optiklons
  • Author: John Layman Tom Peyer Stephen Colbert Scott Chandler Robbi Rodriguez
  • ISBN: 9781934964163
  • Page: 341
  • Format: Hardcover
  • Bursting out from the hit Comedy Central show, The Colbert Report it s STEPHEN COLBERT S TEK JANSEN In this stunning continuation of Stephen Colbert s critically acclaimed, yet unpublished prose novel, everyone s favorite sci fi hero must stand against the enemies of freedom no matter what dark planet they crawl from This deluxe hardcover collects all ten Tek Jansen comiBursting out from the hit Comedy Central show, The Colbert Report it s STEPHEN COLBERT S TEK JANSEN In this stunning continuation of Stephen Colbert s critically acclaimed, yet unpublished prose novel, everyone s favorite sci fi hero must stand against the enemies of freedom no matter what dark planet they crawl from This deluxe hardcover collects all ten Tek Jansen comic stories, including the Harvey Award nominated Invasion of the Optiklons and Horn Like Me

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    489 Comments

    1. This shouldn't be a factor in any way, but just saying, I'm a big fan of Stephen Colbert. The Colbert Report is really funny, he was really funny in Mr. Peabody and Sherman, Strangers w/candy, even the Love Guru, etc.Also, this book sucked. It just wasn't very funny. There are some basic tangents, like how Tek is brazenly against the rules and pro-gung ho and blowing stuff up, and he mentions some times that he likes the ladies, but the lack of comedic premises and details is odd. It's like some [...]


    2. I might have scored this book anywhere from 3.5 to 4.5 stars, so for once it's actually just as well that I'm forced to use whole stars and split the difference. The higher-end rating would come from general goodwill towards my personal preferences: Stephen Colbert in general, sci-fi in general, comics in general, sophomoric humor in general, and one specific sight gag towards the end of the book involving the Sweetest 'Stache in the Universe. The lower-end rating represents some knocks against [...]


    3. An abysmal failure not for a lack of trying. Remember this! No pages can ever contain the great exploits of Tek Jansen!


    4. I eagerly bought this a couple weeks ago when I found a copy at a convention. I love Stephen Colbert! Strangers with Candy, the Daily Show, Colbert Report, the Late Showways hilarious. I own Wigfield and I jumped at the chance to own another Colbert-related books. I never managed to get my hands on Tek Jansen back when it published--what luck to find it now for $5!Five bucks is about what it's worth. I'd actually begrudge even that amount if I weren't the Colbert mega-fan that I am.The weird thi [...]


    5. This comic book trade follows the exploits of Tek Jansen, a hyper egotistical, science-fiction Stephen Colbert. Oddly, I would not say that liking The Colbert Report will mean you'll like this book. It isn't really politically charged. Instead, it plays on tropes and cliches of comic books and old science fiction. So basically if you like Star Trek: TOS or superhero comic books, you'll enjoy this (provided you can laugh at some of it).The book was a parody, but I felt like it was a good story in [...]


    6. I wanted to like this, but I just couldn't get through it. It just isn't all that amusing. It effectively transplants Colbert's hyper-egotistical personality into a sci-fi setting, but that is where the parallels end. Colbert's humor goes beyond that egoism, but the writers of these comics didn't seem to understand that, so everything just felt like a mediocre sci-fi adventure with an unlikable hero.


    7. Weird. And really not as funny as I'd imagine with Stephen Colbert involved, and not as well written and paced as I'd imagine with John Layman involved (the author of the excellent Chew series). Everything just seemed one-dimensional, and anything that did have potential and seemed interesting would go nowhere.


    8. I very much wanted to REALLY LIKE 'Tek Jansen,' and it had it moments, but largely what could have been an awesome parody of the strips of the 1950's & 60's fell flat for me. Filled with largely backward, mind-numbing & Sexist jokes! Combined with the very average artwork and the whole package was one I'd happily could have lived without.


    9. I never really liked the Tek Jansen bit on Colbert's show but I am a big fan of Colbert himself so I felt compelled to check this out. It had lots of word play and Science Fiction-y easter eggs which may have been exciting for some. For me, it was not that interesting. But now it is checked off the list.


    10. So very silly. Almost every single line has to be read with Stephen Colbert's insincere, self-involved sarcasm. I think the people who don't like this are trying way too hard; this is all just ludicrous bullshit. Its funny and zany and makes no sense at all. Hoot and a half.


    11. I'm a big fan of Layman and Colbert, but, for some reason, this didn't work for me. Self-centeredness isn't really funny in this instance or not anymore. There are some cute moments, but you're better off watching actual Colbert or reading Layman's Chew.


    12. I usually quite like humour, and Stephen Colbert. Tek Jansen, however, was a bit of a let down. It is a short romp through being silly in a sci-fi universe while doing a send-up of science fiction tropes. It is a bit short, and I didn't find it fully satisfying.


    13. This was just bad. Even understanding that they were parodying the old-school comics of the 50s and 60s, these were just awful. Terrible writing, annoying art, just all-around a waste of time.And yet, still somehow better than Harry Potter.


    14. This is a hilarious take on the character created by Stephen Colbert. The graphic novel is full of Tek seducing women, being completely inappropriate with those around him. And managing to save the universe at the same time. Awesome.


    15. Very funny, very meta. The last case file was, unfortunately, the worst part of the whole thing, so it was a bad note on which to end. But the main storyline and most of the casefiles were lots of fun.


    16. Pretty terrible start, but eventually (like 6 books in), the comic found its voice. I wouldn't read it again, but it made for a semi-entertaining hour.






    17. What is there to say?! It's Stephen Colbert writing a comic book. Do you need more information!? Funny and made little sense.




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