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Old ladies with sharp objects are bad, especially in the world of The Lords of Misrule. Urban legends become real nightmares, courtesy of John Tomlinson and Peter Snejbjerg (who provides this issue's gruesome cover). Speaking of bad dreams, Trout's has gotten free, and he's just about to catch up with it. But what happens when you look in the face of your own terror? "Trout" is by Canadian artist Troy Nixey (Bill the Clown). "Jack Zero," the new strip by Arnold Pander (Triple*X, Rune) and European performance artist Zero Boy continues as Jack meets Buffalo Bill, Wild Bill Hickock, Annie Oakley, and the love of his life, Rose Barclay. Hanging with these dangerous folk starts the Jack Zero legend, the stuff pulps are made of. Finally, in the first part of "Imago," writer John Arcudi (Lobo/Mask) and artist Brian O'Connell (Predator: Kindred) look at the difference between two generations of superheroes, as nobility clashes with grim and gritty