There may be a quite of few copacetic customers who aren't familiar with David Sandlin, as his work has not generally been widely distrbuted since the 1980s, although many of you may have caught his amazing piece in Ganzfeld #4. Here's your chance to discover what you've been missing: An artistic sensibility that masterfully balance form and content, composition and coloring, inking and obsessions, along with decadence and delight. If you're in the market for some sweaty sin that's oozing with booze and rife with regret -- all held together with an alphabetical alliteration that gives the phrase "learning your ABCs" a whole new meaning -- well, all we have to say is look no further than this salacious squarebound "picto-novelette." (note: image at right is not actual cover, which is actually quite a bit more sweaty).
Now out of print, but we still have a handful of copies.