Jim Robbie is a curmudgeon robot made out of a radio, a tin can, and silverware. He and his companions make up a musical troupe. They travel around an America far flung from our own. They come across all fantastic and wonderful places and beings. From mad scientists to vampires, Underwater cities to floating trees, and hyper-intelligent zombies to radio stations run by mice. Now if only our dear wanderers could stop getting into trouble with the locals and getting themselves involved in everyone's affairs. But that would require them to keep their curiosity in check, and what fun would that be?


The Otherverse has invaded; aliens from another universe now walk the Earth with the intent to eradicate humanity. There is hope, but survival has its price. The alien on the radio that calls themselves, “The Broadcaster,” declares they want humanity to survive, but for that we must surrender and obey the Otherverse Hierarchy. However, a human known only as, “The Champion,” fights for a voice against The Broadcaster and proclaims they will kill the Broadcaster themselves. But Humanity is not the only one who resists The Broadcaster; even within the chain of command there are those who are waiting for them to fail. Humanity’s fate hinges on their success. Failure is not an option.


Armed with nothing but his trusty recorder and a few dozen flashlights, Neil Hastbury-Rue takes up the mantle of groundskeeper at the definitely haunted, recently opened Harrison Shaw Manor Museum in the middle of the Virginian Appalachian mountains. Easy-peasy…right? Perhaps not. As Neil attempts to settle into his new home, he finds himself having to combat with supernatural shenanigans, a few less than savory fellow staff members, and good old Southern charm. What could possibly go wrong?