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Posted: Sunday, October 20, 2002
By: Paul Dale Roberts

Creative Force: Travis Hollaway, Sheldon Eastman, Team Rushbrook, Travis Holloway, Jon Jaffe.
Publisher: Paradox Project Studio

The first story is called ‘Missy and Meg Diary’. If you like John Carpenter’s Vampires, then you’ll like this story, because there is a heck of a lot of slicing and dicing! Take Missy the vampire who has a chainsaw that says ‘bite me’ on the blade of it. She doesn’t hesitate to make like ‘Leatherface of Texas Chainsaw Massacre’ and do some serious cutting! Then there is Meg who is also part of the living dead. When these two girls team-up anything can happen and it does! You want bloody violence? Well, you have it all here! Next story is called ‘Sector 5’ and you will meet a very unique vigilante named Trevor Holland. Trevor is not afraid to walk the back streets of any city. He can assess a problem quickly in his mind, for example: 2 females, 2 guns and a knife – a woman is being held hostage. From there he wrecks total havoc on the perpetrators. The news media considers him a wildman and if you get this comic book you will find out why! You get an added bonus with this exciting comic book! You get a zillion pin-ups at the end of the story!! It’s worth every penny and wait until you see the cool black and white abstract artwork that was done in the story ‘Missy and Meg Diary’.

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