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Moebius leads off this issue with the dreamlike "Marie Dakar", followed by the gritty realism of John Arcudi and Dale Eaglesham's "The Creep", and the all-too-true psychodrama of "Abandonment Games" by Doug Wheeler (Swamp Thing) and Mike Hoffman (Taboo). A bargain at twice the price!

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Marie DakarLove the cover. Mœbius makes his debut in DHP, I believe, and I wouldn't dare to say it was nothing more than spectacular. Obviously, not everyone will enjoy this surrealistic kind of art and storytelling (I mean... if there is the story in that one) but to those who enjoy 'Marie Dakar' may be awesome. Due to the black-and-white format, it lacks this festival of colours that the original has. And it's okay, there is a plus in that, black-and-white allows the story to fully feel...

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