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Headlining in this issue is the Harvey and Eisner award-winning Concrete by Paul Chadwick! Also, the stunning fantasy saga of Delia and Celia by Gary Davis comes to its startling conclusion this month. Plus, Ed the Geek and Jack (Big) Pollack tell a true (sort of) tale torn from the annals of American Juris Prudence, Mary: The Elephant They Could Not Hang (At First)! Who says this isn't the age of Dark Horse revisionist history?


  • Concrete - Fire at Twilight
  • Mary: The Elephant They Could Not Hang (At First)!
  • Delia & Celia - A Pyre for Ethrod


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Concrete: Fire at TwilightPaul Chadwick did a fascinating piece of work as always. It is an already established style of art and writing that makes you feel the danger the characters in and rethink the thoughts that Chadwick put in Concrete's mind. It really is amazing how he manages to talk about such tough subjects as rape and speak a little philosophy to end you wondering 'is he right or what?'Mary: The Elephant They Could Not Hang (At First)!It was an incredible short story. It wasn't even ...

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