Charles Burns' Harvey Award-winning Magnum Opus reaches its sixth issue with a particularly harrowing story. Keith and his pals go to a suburban high school party and take hits of "windowpane," a mistake which Keith becomes painfully aware of once the hallucinations set in. LSD-fueled panic ensues and he heads for the woods. The road he's on turns into an undulating living thing, with the moon as its eye, staring down at Keith and making soft moaning sounds. Hallucinations abound, images of bound-and-gagged figures whiz by... until suddenly, a severed human arm lays on the ground, and Keith realizes it isn't a hallucination. Burns is a master of modern horror, and he proves it with his worst visions to yet appear on paper in this issue.