The brothers that Time magazine called the next great storytelling innovators of this century are back with another captivating issue of Love and Rockets. In the last installment of Gilbert's "Dumb Solitaire" (the Mark Hererra saga), Mark makes a last ditch attempt to resurrect his career as a hip motivational speaker by hoping to re-marry his 4th ex-wife, Fritz (the now has-been B-movie star). Will she say yes? Or will she prefer to stay in her second marriage to Scott the Hog? In the second to last chapter of "Julio's Day," young Julio Juan lives out his gay dreams the way old Julio could never live out his own. On Jaime's side: Ray spends the day with the abominable Frogmouth and (along with you, dear reader) learns a few new things about her cockeyed life in "Tampas Pero No Trampan" — guest starring Angel of Tarzana. ¡Viva!
- "Trampas Pero No Trampan"'by Jaime
- "Pattern for Living" by Beto
- "Julio's Day" by Beto
- "Yes. God" by Beto