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Big Questions (1999) - #3

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Cover Date: Spring 2000
Cover Price: US $ 5.00

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Format: Black & White; Standard Comic Issue; 36 pages

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Alger searches for his missing home and his companion, Thelma; Donnie has little patience for Leroy's philosophical musings; the Idiot and his caregiver, whose health is failing, go about their daily routine; the bomb drops; and Leroy has a run-in with an owl.

A photocopied reprint of the issue that prompted Nilsen's grad-school drop-out, in favour of drawing comics. Anyone who was captivated by this evocative series with the later issues now has a chance to catch-up on its history.

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