Sarah McIntyre (jabberworks) wrote,
Sarah McIntyre

more underground comics!

The DFC Issue 34 has arrived, and the moles have led the Pickle Rye gang to an Underground ghost station. With little ghosts! Ooooooooooo... But why are the ghosts more scared than Vern and Lettuce?

I hear from the DFC Headquarters that they are going to let me sell copies of the DFC for a special reduced festival price at the Alternative Press Fair, so save your pennies for that if for some strange reason you have not yet chosen to have the DFC crash land into your postbox every Friday and you want a peek (or if you want extra collector copies).

Thanks to Richard Bruton for the lovely words in his review of this week's DFC:
Sarah McIntyre's Vern & Lettuce is still the high point for Molly though and this week we get to see an Underground ghost station and meet Vern's ghostly Grandad leading Vern to utter the great lines: "Am I also doomed to spend an eternity chasing dead moles?"
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