52 pages of all new comics. This issue has Lose moving to color for the first time -- although it is sparingly embraced for much of the issue, giving it the feeling of a transition. This issue also marks a departure in other ways. The bulk of the issue is taken up by the 35 page "Movie Star" which shows DeForge working in an almost Waresian mode. This story consists of an involved narrative centered on a post-modern urban family drama with plenty of twists. It features characters and situations which, while far from normative, are recognizably plausible, as opposed to the more hallucinatory mode which the other two, shorter pieces that bookend "Movie Star" adopt and which we have come to associate with DeForge in the past. This may be a bridge piece to his upcoming graphic novel from D & Q, Big Kids (due in January 2016) which is being billed as "most straightforward narrative and his most complex work to date." As always, there is much to engage the mind and senses; plenty of food for thought.