This comic just keeps on delivering. Arkon and Warbow escape Le Fay's tower, and Arkon is presented with another map of Weirdworld to replace the lost one, though this map depicts features of the landscape that Arkon has never seen before. Does the world perhaps somehow conform to the subconscious of the individual? Perhaps we'll find out if we see another map.
Speaking of these maps, their make up is odd, to say the least. Here's Arkon's original map from issue #1:
And here is Warbow's map from issue #3:
Arkon meets (and battles) another old school Marvel fantasy hero, Skull the Slayer, in this issue, and their short-lived duel outside the "Swingin Saloon," a bar suspended by ropes over a chasm, ends with something that, for me, is extremely exciting: Arkon finds himself dangling from vines in the "Forest of the Man-Things." Though that does sound like the name of a really terrible gay porn, for those of us who love a muck monster or two, the promise of the next issue is a great one. It's sitting right here, next to my desk, begging me to read it.
But it'll have to wait 'til tomorrow.