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Another duet of dramas from the dynamic distaff of the comics world! Jane Mai provides a tale of a mysterious summer fling, along with a quiet, wistful cover. And Mira Ong Chua returns with a story about love, demons and pastries!
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Robert Steven Rhine (Girl's and Corpses) presents a horror anthology loaded with more gore, terror and humor that you can swallow--or choke on! It's dark, horrific and very funny. This full color graphic fiction extravaganza features the top horror illustrators from around the world. This issue brings six tales of terror. "Beached Whale" (John Watkins Chow) tells the tale of a group of friends and their discovery on a beach , "Anna" (Tone Rodriguez) is the story of a geek who gets his sweet revenge, "SAM R I " (Mark Covell) takes us back to the high school recess where a bully tries to take advantage of a wimpy kid. In "The Adventures of Dr. Narcolepsy" (Kevin Colden) a doctor takes a holiday at the wrong time. "The Magician From Hell" (D.W. Frydendall) is a tale of gore and magic. The issue closes out with a tale of robotic terror--"LEZBOTS". Pinups by Nenad Gucunja, Bryan Baugh David Hartman, Alex Pardee Satan's Circus of Hell quotes “Good gory humor! Writer Rhine is clearly a horror fan. Not for the faint of heart or weak of stomach.” --Jack Abramowitz, Comic Buyers Guide "Gross, putrid and downright offensive. Higher praise just doesn't exist.” --Alan Katz, producer/writer HBO's "Tales From The Crypt" "Rhine is the maniacal master chef who keeps stirring the pot until it rises to an enormous satirical boil." --Hilary Barta, Marvel/DC artist, The Man With The Screaming Brain “--make sure you go and pick this sucker up!” --BloodyDisgusting.com
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Our second salvo of female comic talent contains two new short stories that are out of this world! In Shan Murphy's "Corporeal", a bunny on a seriously cute space mission befriends a helpful alien. In Miran Ong Chua's "Put A Spell On Me", two wizard girls go on their very first date. New illustrations, too!
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"Korean Rapper PSY-. Thanks to YouTube, he became a global star over night in his mid-thirties with only one hit song ""Gangnam Style"" the lyric of which is out of the ordinary and wacky ""Horse Riding Dance"". PSY is a man of stubby build, not handsome and his stage costumes are unusual to say the least. So it can be confusing whether he is a singer or a comedian. But then what’s the appeal of him? It is his success story which is going to tell the readers the right answer. Plus, the readers can learn How to do ""Horse Riding Dance"" from PSY in the comic exactingly."
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Time is slowly running out for Mordecai and Rigby. Will they be able to reach their goal in time or is everything doomed for the Park and the rest of the world? Either way, it's definitely going to be a crazy finish.
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Skips might finally have a solution to save the world from Mordecai and Rigby - he has to keep them from ever going into the park. With the help of Ted the Time Cop and an out-of-the-loop Benson, maybe Skips will finally be able to escape this never-ending vacation!
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Who do superheroes go to when they need to unload? Dr. Ego, psychotherapist for the superhero community! Welcome to the world of the deeply disturbed, where with great power comes great anxiety, angst, and expectations!
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