This issue is probably the weakest effort to come out of the America's Best Comic line, as the theme that ties together the three stories is a very weak idea, and even Alan Moore is unable to do anything interesting with it. The first story is a purple prose that quickly grows tiresome after it becomes clear that it isn't interested in doing anything more than making profound observations about nothing. The second story is a little more enjoyable, as how can one not love a story where the big draw is Art Adams getting to draw a garden filled with naked Jonni Futures. It's not a terribly deep story in spite of its attempt at appearing like it is on the final page, but it's silly enough, and so terribly blatant at what it's trying to do that I found it amusing. As for the final story, it was a moderately enjoyable affair up until its god awful final page that completely torpedoes all the excitement the previous pages had managed to develop. Read Full Review
Repeat after me. A hallucination involving rejects from Stargate do not constitute a story. Again, we have some nice artwork, but why? Three dollars I could have used for an iced venti tea and a refill. Read Full Review
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