Here's a blast from the past. Perhaps serving as an example for Image in their efforts today, publisher A1 was attempting to bridge the gap between the edges and the middle of comics a decade or so ago, and while it didn't manage to publish a whole lot, what it did put out there was actually pretty much all A1. This issue revisits some of its former glory, in gearing up for the future. The feature attraction here is the complete original Bojeffries Saga episode by Alan Moore and Steve Parkhouse, but there's plenty more including, Survivor, one of the first and best comics commentaries on what Superman would "really" be like by Dave Gibbons and Ted McKeever, and Copacetic favorite: A Flaming Carrot Unsolved Mystery: The Bandit Moons, which features the first (and only?) appearance of Sponge Boy (inspiration for Sponge Bob Square Pants?). Well worth the cost of admission.