Inside issue 9: a troubled patient seeks psychiatric counselling when his dreams begin to physically affect him, zombies cause bedlam at the local zoo, an ancient egyptian raises heretical questions, an overly dedicated postman crosses a post apocalyptic wasteland, a man loses his grip on reality after dying over a hundred times in his sleep, one lone soul crosses the treacherous plains of Yomi in a Japanese myth from Paul H. Birch (Toxic, Creepy Kofy Movie Time) and Gary Crutchley (WESTERnoir, 2000ad), and Travis Wilson attempts to drown his sorrows in the third instalment of John Freeman (Crucible, Judge Dredd Megazine) and Brett Burbridge's Death Duty series.
30 pages, 15+ age rating, strips are in colour and b/w.
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