Our spiritual twins, united by a bridge of flesh, careen through Mardi Gras in 1962…

…And a mirrored ball is all the light Beverly needs as New York goes pitch black -with a smear of red – in 1977.

Story by Howard Chaykin
Art by Howard Chaykin
Cover by Howard Chaykin

Price: $2.99
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  1. It’s been an interesting ride. I can’t wait to review this book!

  2. Good thing they put the Mature Readers disclaimer cuz otherwise I might not have been able to tell.

  3. I am not a Chaykin fan yet I have bought this whole run simply for the covers. They are excellently done mature/erotic art even despite his big-chinned females. The “story” and the interior art is a mixed bag for sure, but it is different and I like to support non-mainstream works that push envelopes or boundaries so he get’s my vote.

    • Big chin. Yup, that’s what I was noticing alright.

    • Unless this is your first time viewing Chaykin’s art, he draws the same large chinned women almost every time. It is a bizarre choice, but obviously a stylistic one he consciously chooses every time. I have no idea why, he may have a chin fetish.

    • I wanted to collect this series almost exclusively for the Chaykin covers, but then Diamond decided to stop distribution to Canada and so the only issue I’ve got is the only one to have been released here.

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