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Rachel Goldman and Michael Heller could not be a more mismatched pair. One’s a beautiful and aloof vinyl-clad it-girl and the other’s literally a dog-boy in stinky jeans and a biker jacket. But they end up together, adopted by the same tribe of nomads, and on opposite ends of the class spectrum: Rachel (a.k.a. “Sublime”) is worshipped and adored while Michael (a.k.a. “Evo”) spends each day in forced humiliation. In this strange and dangerous world, are team loyalties a factor at all? “The Beautiful People” part 5 of 8 is a harsh look at an ugly reality.

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  We’re almost done with the re-introduction of the Dv8 gang.   It was apparent from the start that this was what Wood was going to do.   For the most part, I think he’s done a good job of it.   However, I’ve felt some of the re-introductions have been stronger than others.   Here we focus on Sublime and Evo.   It’s interesting that Wood decided to put these two in an issue together but if he hadn’t, all eight issues of this series would’ve been taken up by a character.   As it stands, it seems...

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