Terrific Production LLC Wants Artists to Move to Greek Island, Undersea Exosuit Possibly Included

New Youngblood publisher Terrific Production LLC is at it again, looking for new ways to promote its brand and entice #comicartists to join their roster, all without announcing a single release date for one of its titles. The offer this time is based on a program run by the Greek Orthodox Church which is trying to convince people to move to the remote Greek island of Antikythera, population 20. For anyone who applies for and is accepted in the program, they're given land and a house, as well as a monthly stipend for the first three years. Hey, look, it's better than being a freelance comic book artist in the United States gets paid.

And so, Terrific Production LLC has an idea…

In addition to the subsidies by the Greek Orthodox Church, Terrific Production LLC will give a one-year contract to any #comicartist that takes the deal so they can produce a comic about living on the island.

But it's not just #comicartists who can partake of Terrific Production LLC's "lifestyle brand." Members of the Terifically Legion, an elite group of Terrific Production LLC fans also sometimes colloquially known as Terrifibronies, will apparently somehow get the opportunity to join the James Cameron of comics, Terrific Production LLC founder Andrew Rev, in adventures by donning "shipwreck and adventure clothing." Apparently this might include an undersea exosuit?

Terifically Legion, don't you know that it's better down where it's wetter, under the sea?

Terrific wants its fans to boost the signal to #comicartists who are always complaining about traffic so that they live the Gilligan's Island life on the Greek Orthodox Church and Terrific's combined dime. Presumably all #comicbooks will need to be produced using coconuts.

So what do you think? Will anyone take them up on their offer?

The saga continues…

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