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Sunday, February 29, 2004


The Week in Comics -- Here's a look at stuff arriving in comics shops Wednesday, March 3rd, 2004. If nothing else, at least I am getting off cheap this week.


FORLORN FUNNIES #5 (MR) $10.95 -- America's best funnybook, this time half-forlorn and half-funny. Creator Paul Hornschemeier's one-man tour de force of cartooning, and the first issue since Mother, Come Home concluded. Don't be left behind.


MARK MILLAR'S THE UNFUNNIES #2 (Of 4) (MR) $3.50 -- I was impressed by the thematic dissonance presented in the first issue, note-perfect funny animal cartooning accompanied by dark perversity and a hint of a greater oddness. Definitely interested in seeing where it's all going.


SWAMP THING #1 (MR) $2.95 -- For the first time since Alan Moore left, I'll be giving Swamp Thing a try. Maybe I'm just in the mood, or maybe it was the preview I read of the first few pages of this issue, but my curiousity is raised.


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