Jaime Hernandez sold us his extra copies of Love and Rockets and kindly signed every one on the first page.
From the publisher:
After the end of the Maggie "Devil Dog/Frogmouth" epic in #10, Jaime starts off a cycle of short, self-contained yarns spotlighting various members of his cast. In the lead story, Ray has a sinking feeling in his gut and he doesn't know what it is - could it be his best friend Doyle's homosexuality? Could it be the return of his ex-girlfiend Maggie? Could it be that people are talking, but he doesn't know what they're talking about? Meanwhile, in "Down at Elmo's," Hopey's job as a bartender in a seedy neighborhood puts her in contact with locals. On the Gilbert side of things, World War II erupts in "Julio's Day": Julio's brother joins the fight overseas, their sister Sofia remains bedridden since the funeral for her husband and two sons... and Julio's boyfriend says goodbye. Plus some surprises!
Love and Rockets (2001-2007 Second Series) comic-sized, black & white, 32 pages + cardstock covers. By Los Bros Hernandez