Back when I still watched talk shows, I had such a huge crush on Stephen Colbert and John Stewart. I don’t think they’re as funny or as biting as Samantha Bee and for the life of me couldn’t figure out why they’re so famous (it’s misogyny).

Turns out, Colbert had a comic book series inspired by him called Stephen Colbert’s Tek Jansen.

Here’s the blurb:

Bursting out from the hit Comedy Central show, THE COLBERT REPORT– 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 In this stunning continuation of Stephen Colbert’s critically acclaimed, yet unpublished prose novel, everyone’s favorite sci-fi hero must stand against the enemies of freedom no matter what dark planet they crawl from!

It’s kind of boring (story-wise and with no real nudity) and self-serving, and the jokes are borderline misogynistic. Mind you, the six-book series ran from 2007 until 2009, way before the reckoning that was #MeToo.

But, to continue our comic-version-of-real-people theme from last week’s Airboy, here’s comic version Stephen Colbert (almost) naked.

And here’s an old video of him, Stewart, and Steve Carrell shirtless and posing. Yeah, he’s not that hairy.

Original title: Stephen Colbert’s Tek Jansen
Writers: John Layman, Tom Peyer, Jim Massey
Artists: Scott Chantler, Robbi Rodriguez
Colorists: Pete Pantazis, Aurelio Alfonso, Dave McCaig, Nathan Fairbarn
Letterer: Douglas E. Sherwood
Publisher: Onipress (2007 – 2009)

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