edited by Greg Means Yes, it's time for another issue of our favorite regularly published comic book anthology! Jonas Madden-Conner leads off this issue with a seventeen page excursion into mathematics, history and fable with the curiosity-inducing (and grammatically challenging) title, "The Most Gripping Mind-Exploding Triumphantly Electric of Our Time." This is followed by "My Two Front Teeth," a six page childhood reminiscence by Melinda Boyce. The issue concludes with "My Boyfriend... or My Kitty?" in which a common dilemma is given a neo-classic romance comics treatment. Written by MK Reed, this story features Drew Weing's finest art to date. It looks like he's hit his stride here. Don't miss it!
This issue leads off with "Professor Pearson," by Joey Alison Sayers: an epic of despair in the form of a 20-page comics story about a junior high school teacher who loses his mind (did we neglect to mention that it is, as with all work by Sayers, quite funny?) Also on hand are a two-page by Liz Prince, "Endless Lizcation," and "A Good Catch," a ten-pager depicting a slice of life that is red in tooth and claw by Alexis Frederick-Frost. Papercutter delivers yet again.