Ten years in the making, Charles Burns' magnum opus careens towards its inevitably apocalyptic conclusion, with only two issues remaining! This tenth issue is printed with the bleakest and blackest of ink to date. Ripe with the stench of infection, the home that Keith's been sitting all summer is now a safe house for kids with the bug. Meanwhile, his courtship of Chris having turned irrevocably black, Keith's futility is palpable until he bumps into a (seemingly) well Eliza at the supermarket. And what of those tadpoles growing out of Keith's ribs? Black Holemasterfully channels teenage angst and drug-induced paranoia, radiating physical dread to tell the haunting story of a plague that strikes mid-'70s Seattle and only afflicts teenagers. One of our finest titles ever.