This time around Mr. Nilsen appears to goes heavy on the irony, as the contents of this issue seem to more closely resemble the characteristics of bitterness and darkness than those of sweetness and light; but appearances can be deceiving; perhaps that's the point here; perhaps it's all in the eye of the beholder; perhaps it's all open to interpretation. 48 pages, seven chapters; a pilot, a sleeping idiot, a bunch of birds and a pack of dogs; heavily labored, detailed pen and ink drawings, rhythmic repetitions punctuated by startling and dramatic images. What's it all add up to? That is for Anders to know and you and I to figure out. Enigmatic, mysterious, obscurely hinting at something just beyond comprehension: yes, it's the latest -- and, at least so we've heard, the penultimate -- issue of Big Questions (although now we've heard otherwise...).