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Mike Mignola's Hellboy brought major attention to DHP twenty issues ago; now his latest creation is sure to do the same! Mignola and Sam and Max creator Steve Purcell have come together to introduce a waiting world to "Rusty Razorclam, President of Neptune!" The horrorist and humorist reminisce about Rusty's days as a space cadet at the Academy, a time when one of his genetic experiments got way out of hand. And this terrific lead-in starts off a killer line-up, including two new serials: Jack Pollock's "Devil Chef" and Renée French's "The Ninth Gland." But the fun doesn't end there! Rick Geary was doing "alternative" work before the word was coined -- so his "Fashions in Humiliation and Debasement" is right at home with this creative crowd! And last, but certainly not least, Paul Pope delivers another chapter in his gritty 12-part tale of urban sleeze and thievery, "The One Trick Rip-Off." Cover by Mike Mignola.

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