I remember reading (and enjoying) this Evan Dorkin comic, coming off his excellent Bill And Ted comic book (now available in glorious black and white from Slave Labor)
But clearly that front page gag must have stuck in my subconscious mind and was regurgitated a few months ago when naming…
Apologies to Evan… and thanks to the Bendis Board for pointing it out!
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