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We're out to top last year's annual, and with a line-up like this issue we can't miss: Concrete by Paul Chadwick, The American by Mark Verheiden, Race of Scorpions by Leopoldo Duranona, Dead Face by Eddie Campbell, Zone by Michael Kraiger, Bob the Alien by Rich Rice, Wacky Squirrel by Jim Bradrick, and Delia and Celia by Gary Davis!


The American - "My Dinner with The American" - Reporter, Dennis Hough, meets with The American in a dive bar for a drink and conversation that challenges his pre-conceived notions about The American.

Wacky Squirrel - A zany one page adventure in which Wacky Squirrel helps out a pal who's suffering from a headache.

Delia and Celia - "Down, Down and Down" - Delia and Celia make a perilous descent from the rock ledge they've become stranded upon. Journeying for days after they reach the chasm floor, they find themselves at a location which may prove to be the goal of their journey.

Bob the Alien - "Steppin' Out" - A night out on the town sees Bob the Alien encounter all manner of strange cultural phenomena.

Concrete - "Visible Breath" - Concrete, Maureen and Kurt look for a motel in a small town. With Concrete's presence making lodgings difficult to come by, he offers to spend the night out in the scrub while Maureen and Kurt share a room.

Bacchus - "A God and His Dog" - Bacchus regales a small community with the story of how he used to produce wine in his Lesbos vineyard and of the dog that he kept at the time, who may not have been the ideal breed for vineyard life but had his uses.


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My Dinner with The AmericanI didn't really follow The American's story but despite this, I really liked that one. It shows that there is the human side of every icon hero or villain public makes. And it doesn't necessarily have to be one from the comic book pages.Wacky SquirrelThat was a funny one page, not so ingenious but funny nonetheless.Delia and Celia: Down, Down and DownThe art is beautiful. The first part happened seems like ages ago and there's the continuation. The story is slow paced ...

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