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In Alien Fire, by Anthony Smith and Eric Vincent, ex-Earthman Ed Williams' negotiations for a 1952 Buick Roadmaster end in war: John Arcudi and Dale Eaglesham's The Creep closed another case; the gargoyle Mikio learns a lesson about gambling (and cheating) in Jo Duffy and Jo Chacon's Fancies; and in Sin City by Frank Miller, after being shot at, run over, and beaten up, Marv finally loses his temper!

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  • Alien Fire - Pass in Thunder, Episode 2
  • The Creep
  • Fancies - Part 2, (Mikio 0)
  • Sin City - Episode 9
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Pass In Thunder ~ An Alien Fire Story ~ Episode TwoI didn't understand a thing, I'm in desperate need of context. They should have explained the world if they wanted to feature a new one in an anthology (even if it's not a new world for comics in general). Maybe it will be more clear what all of the events mean as the story progresses but right now it's just confusing.The CreepIt's the final part of the 'daughter seeks her biological mother' story. The purpose of the story is to show how inexper...

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