The punky, anarchistic British monthly magazine of comix and music, responsible for giving birth to anti-heroes Johnny Nemo and Tank Girl, as well as "B-Bop and Lula," "Wired World," "Elvistein" and "The Shadowmen." Some of the finest comix artists and writers are working their bizarre magic between these colorful glossy pages. In the story "Planet Swerve" by Alan Martin and Glyn Dillon (Deadline #25), characters Sarah and Wilmot The Cleaner visit Planet Art, and experience themselves as paintings by Peter Max, Walter Keane, and other "artists."
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There are no secrets in art. All is there to see. Like the ingredients on the side of a cornflakes packet - what you see is what you get.
- "Planet Swerve."