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  1. 'The End' - Stephen and Jane go house-hunting.
  2. 'Grudge' - Ed shops his portfolio around at a comics convention
  3. utitled - Ed meets Colin Upton
  4. 'Working Class Hero' - Irving Flavor creates some new heroes and Ed gives them a modern makeover
  5. 'Love is Here to Stay' - Sherman goes apartment hunting with Dorothy
  6. 'What Will You Ask God' - the cast of Box Office Poison answer the question
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The cover here is a bit misleading as Dorothy doesn't actually die in this issue.Stephen and Jane go looking for a house, and find the perfect place far from the city. Sherman and Jane are a little less successful, looking at studio apartments that are way out of their price range.Meanwhile Ed and Irving seem to be getting (back) on solid footing in their comics careers.This is probably an easy to skip issue of Box Office Poison, because (despite the cover) no truly major events happen - though ...

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