The Roswell Boys

Lost Cactus has a host of eclectic characters that pop up and stick around for a few strips before fading back into the mysterious ether. The Roswell Boys are a good example. They show up at Lost Cactus on loan from Wright Patterson AFB where they have resided–and caused unending trouble–since their infamous crash in New Mexico many decades ago. It’s up to Cato, Lost Cactus’ resident alien ambassador, to escort them around the top secret base.

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The Roswell Boys
Introducing the Roswell Boys.

Lost Cactus Cameos – Famous and Infamous

Lost Cactus Cameos – Famous and Infamous

While reading Lost Cactus you may recognize familiar faces throughout the First and Second Treasuries. At Lost Cactus, we treat our guest stars with the utmost courtesy and respect and happily oblige their celebrity-fueled requests—no matter how extreme. Given the parodic nature of the comic strip art form and the various misadventures we put our guests through, we feel it is the least we can do.

Here is a partial list of guest stars that have graced the pages of the First and Second Lost Cactus Treasuries:

  • Bono
  • Frank Sinatra
  • Albert Einstein
  • Elvis Presley
  • Vladimir Putin
  • Scully and Mulder
  • The Marx Brothers
  • Sting
  • Giorgio Tsoukalos
  • Linus
  • Mark Zuckerberg
  • Steven Spielberg

How do you see all of these famous faces inside these comic strips? Buy the books! Pretty simple.

Perhaps one day you’ll discover yourself guest starring inside one of the hysterically funny Lost Cactus comics—like Scully in the picture below. Try not to look so surprised. In the case of Dana Scully from the X-Files, it was bound to happen eventually.

Scully Reading Lost Cactus

Scully makes an alarming discovery while reading Lost Cactus.

LC-00309 – This comic strip is at the finale of a storyline involving the infamously accident-prone Roswell Boys.
LC-00309 – This comic strip (from the Second Treasury) is at the finale of a storyline involving the infamously accident-prone Roswell Boys.

 

Lost Cactus – The Second Treasury showcases the continuing exploits, capers, and shenanigans of the comical cast of characters. You’ll also discover shared universe short stories, tall tales, urban myths, random brain scatterings, and intelligence deemed too explosive for public dissemination, until now. Remember, the truth is at Lost Cactus.