Sometimes it is not necessary to make a comment, but we can’t help saying something. The funnies relating to Captain Mark Richards, alien raptors, or the usual cast of characters. This page is updated as items are found – scroll to the bottom for newer additions. Please feel free to email any suggestions.
Does the Raptor ® get a cut?
The real story is that Tin Tin first met Nagadraconis long before the prince landed at Hamilton and encountered the Dutchman.
The acclaimed surfer Mark Richards (no relation) designed surfboards with Alien, UFO, and 1980s retro themes. Even Naga likes to catch a wave on an MR board. Coincidence?
This is a repeat but by coincidence (we’re sure) it fits this page equally well.
The Thing Museum in Arizona asks if Winston Churchill was upset that his chauffeur was an alien. Those who know the story of Mark Richards and Winnie can guess the answer. But it’s depiction of an alien riding a dinosaur seems wrong. . . . It is commonly known that the aliens were dinosaurs.
Did Mark, Ellis and the Raptors have an unexpected ally with Ronald Reagan joining in the battle at Dulce or against the Dracos and Greys?
They will kill for chocolate!” – Mark Richards
Indeed. This might explain certain things related to Kerry Cassidy.
It’s hard to tell whether Mark was born too soon to design the electric car that he wanted to build or too late to develop fully the storyline of being a space captain. But Mark was not the first captain to meet the cat people while battling in space.
We did not have time to do anything other than make A Quick Stop At Venus but it’s hard to move on from that topic without a nod to Vivenus. We wonder what became of her.
Disclose with Kerry. Get your friends to expand their minds.
Simon Parkes used his contacts to declare that then President Trump would likely pardon Mark . When your mother is a Mantid and you are Awake, a little thing like the Constitution should not get in the way or hurt your credibility. In any event, he was a featured speaker at the July 2021 Awake and Aware event . . . So of course he is usually (or aways) wrong.