Well, Nakamura has done it again, the marvelous fiend.  He was the first to discover that the landscape was a thinly-disguised Tate, which means that the “perfect woman” underneath is his creation.  Given Tate’s alleged taste in women, I am amazed she doesn’t look like she should be at the rather extreme and specialized end of a Soho seraglio.  (That got your attention, Sir Moxley!)

How many of Tate’s fanciful creations have we fought?  I am so pleased he stopped drawing the covers to pulp adventures.  But if he is alive and decides to indulge his imagination once more, we shall strengthen ourselves with a quaff of Plymouth and greet him with a searing blast of…


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