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The fourth volume of the critically-acclaimed anthology of new talent includes the following: David B. (Epileptic) returns with his second long story for Mome, the 30-page "Veiled Prophet"; R. Kikuo Johnson (Night Fisher) delivers a four-page biography of pioneering wildlife artist John James Audubon; Jeffrey Brown (Clumsy) asks, "What Were They Thinking?"; Martin Cendreda (Dang!) traces a lifetime of regret in "La Brea Woman"; Sophie Crumb (Belly Button Comix) tells a true story of young love and heroin addiction in "Melanie & Billy"; Jonathan Bennett, the subject of this issue's feature interview, explores the concept of memory in "I Remember Crowning"; Paul Hornschemeier (Mother, Come Home) returns with "Life With Mr. Dangerous"; plus more all-new stories from Gabrielle Bell, Anders Nilsen, David Heatley, John Pham, and Kurt Wolfgang. Find out why Time called Mome the best comics anthology of 2005!

Story Titles

  • Cut Thru by David Heatley
  • Nothing So Far by Anders Nilsen
  • Sambo by David Heatley
  • Laundry Room by David Heatley
  • John James Audubon in Pursuit of the Golden Eagle by R. Kikuo Johnson
  • Melanie & Billy by Sophie Crumb
  • 221 Sycamore Ave., Part 3 by John Pham
  • La Brea Woman by Martin Cendreda
  • Be A Bum by Sophie Crumb
  • Life With Mr. Dangerous, Part 3 by Paul Hornschemeier
  • Walnut Creek by David Heatley
  • Untitled by Sophie Crumb
  • Jonathan Bennett Interview by Gary Groth
  • I Remember Crowning.. by Jonathan Bennett
  • Robot DJ by Gabrielle Bell
  • What Were They Thinking... by Jeffrey Brown
  • Smone Bean the Pre-Mature Teen by Sophie Crumb
  • The Veiled Prophet by David B.

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