<<•>> edited by Conor Stechschulte <<•>> See what happens when youthful hormones rage across 112 8 1/2" x 11" pages: desires twist and turn backwards and inside out; repressions are released; obsessions unleashed. Features work by Chris Adams, Carrie Bren, Andy Burkholder, Anya Davidson, Chris Day, Edie Fake, Mr. Freibert, Jesse McManus, Lane Milburn, Jason T. Miles, Molly Colleen O'Connell, Jose Luis Olivares, Ryan Cecil Smith, Conor Stechschulte, Ben Stiegler, Matthew Thurber, Leslie Weibeler and Kristie Winther.
This issue features a whole lotta' Austin English comics (just about exactly half the issue). Sakura Maku turned in eight pages of her unique collaged watercolor comics that . Jason T. Miles provides a comics interpretation of a "Letter to Windy Corner" in an 89 panel two-page spread. Frank Santoro penned a lenghty appraisal of Gipi's graphic novel, Garage Band. And Vanessa Davis interviews Carol Tyler amidst her working on You'll Never Know.
The latest Now is here and it looks like another winner! 120 pages of great comics from North America and Europe – and perhaps elsewhere, as well (not sure) – all making their North American debuts, regardless. Arguably the greatest value in comics going. The fact that both of the first two issues have sold out is certainly a strong point in favor of this argument. Don't miss out on this one!