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Inside this issue: A patient seeks psychiatric counselling when his dreams of distant planets begin to physically affect him, zombies cause bedlam at the local zoo, a man of medicine in ancient Egypt begins to raise heretical questions about his profession, an overly dedicated postman crosses a post apocalyptic wasteland in an attempt to make a first class delivery, a psychologically disturbed individual begins to lose his grip on reality after dying over a hundred times in his sleep, one lone soul crosses the treacherous plains of Yomi, and Travis Wilson attempts to drown his sorrows at a Martian casino in the third instalment of Death Duty (all other strips are self contained).
Featuring the likes of John Freeman (Marvel UK, Judge Dredd Megazine), Gary Crutchley (2000ad, WESTERnoir), Mats Engesten (Final Death Race, Autopsy), Paul Harrison-Davies (Boom Studios, Blank Slate), Tony Suleri (Slumdroid, Cosmogenesis) and many more!
This issue also features a hand painted cover by the ever-talented Alan Burrows (2000ad, Transmetropolitan: Tales Of Human Waste, and co-creator of Death Duty)
"A brilliant mix of dry humour, action, and story driven narrative." Robert Bagley, A Place To Hang Your Cape
"The kind of smart script and stylish art that would feel right at home in the pages of the Galaxy's Greatest Comic!" Alex Thomas, Pipedream Comics
"Good old-fashioned sci-fi escapism, and the art of Tony Suleri is worth the entrance fee alone." Andy Oliver, Broken Frontier.