About Team 4Pac

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Content warning

If you don‘t like to see violence, blood, guns or you are easily offended by language, you might not enjoy this story. Some parts were written as early as 2002 and reflect the sensibilities of the time.

When we started writing this, we were 14 years old, so it‘s safe to say it‘s fine to read for teenagers and up.

In the year 2002...

... the war on terror has reached unimaginable proportions: It is now also being fought in computer-generated simulations, while a zombie apocalypse has a firm grip on the real world.

Our last hope is Team 4Pac, a group of freedom fighters, or rather eighth graders. Their goal is to destroy the Matrix controlled by the Taliban.

The plot and all characters are fictitious. Any resemblance to any person or entity, dead or alive, is purely coincidental and not intended. Rockstar Games, Grand Theft Auto, Grand Theft Auto III are trademarks/logos/copyrights of Take-Two Interactive. This production is not endorsed, sponsored, or affiliated with Rockstar Games or Take-Two Interactive. All other brands and trademarks are the property of their respective owners. All rights reserved.

History of the comic

Team 4Pac was originally created as a side project during the eighth grade at a Carinthian high school: Funny situations in class were picked up and incorporated into short comic strips, including many side blows at classmates and teachers. New ideas were routinely contributed by the whole class.

In order to escape everyday school life and post-9/11 fears, we soon fantasized about storylines outside the classroom: In fictional wars and distant galaxies, inspired by various Hollywood productions and games of the time.

More than 20 years later, the missing chapters are now being delivered...

The authors

Written and drawn by Kristof Subvert and Stefan Grassberger, two artists who created their respective chapters, joined forces to develop the overall story.

Kristof has tons of illustration experience and is working in the agency business.

Stefan is a web developer and is slaving away at completing the comic in his spare time.

Read the Character bios!

German, do you speak it?

You're lucky! Not just because it's a hard language to learn, but also because the comic's original language is German, so many more pages are available here:

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