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Vol: 1

Fri, 25 Oct 2019

Plok Meets An 80's Legend

Horace Goes On... And On...

Plok Meets An 80's Legend

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Shorts Series: Vol 1

Plok Meets An 80's Legend

Horace Goes On... And On...

Fri, 25 Oct 2019

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Not sure what's going on in this comic? Read the earlier episodes in the Main Series to catch up, or read the one-off episodes in the Shorts Series.

Volume 1:

Volume 2:

Volume 3:

Volume 4:
Destination Z

Volume 5:
The Trial of Plok

Volume 6:
Plok's Odyssey




At least he'll never go hungry again.


Ste Pickford



Just played Plok on SNES wow the last few levels were hard. Nice to see that cute Plok is still ongoing in comics.



...Though, upon further research, the "company" that acquired the rights has a barebones website that only mentions everything they bought the rights to, and the fact they're buying up IPs. Everything else is meaningless fluff.


Is the assignment of this episode to "Main Series Vol. 6" an error, given that it seems to be deatached from the actual story, and that there's no "#133" in the episode title?


To think we live in a day and edge where there is a Plok Comic commenting on the state of Horace.

What a bizare land we live in.


Why is it called Horace on Ice when there is no ice?


Ste Pickford

Yes, it's an error. It should be in the Shorts series. Will fix.


Ste Pickford

There is no ice because the promoter of the night was lying to get a bigger crowd.



Hey, I only recently came across Plok recently, but I absolutely adore the game! I also found this comic a few days later, and I’m very invested! My point is, thank you two and everyone else who’s worked on the content for giving tons of people a franchise to love!


Ste Pickford

Thank you! Glad you're enjoying the comic.



Horace is even more frightening in high-definition. Which is saying something!



Excuse my language, but... what the hell is Horace? Like, what is he supposed to be??



Replying to Goyangi

The Horace video game series was created in the 1980s by William Tang for Beam Software. The series comprised Hungry Horace, Horace Goes Skiing and Horace and the Spiders. Hungry Horace and Horace and the Spiders were two of the few ZX Spectrum games also available in ROM format for use with the Interface 2. Wikipedia

Creator(s): William Tang

Developer(s): Beam Software


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