Written & Created by Tina Horn
Drawn by Michael Dowling
Colored by Jen Hickman
Cover Art by Tula Lotay
Lettered by Steve Wands
Edited & Designed by Laurenn McCubbin
“I’m not working tonight. I’m here to have fun.”
In This Issue: George’s “treatment” has started. Other “offenders” are charged with assisting Jones in reforming him, but George refuses to give up the hope that Jones will somehow snap out of her newly-pure state. He does everything he can to resist the tortures being forced upon him and even makes an escape attempt, though sadly that doesn’t pan out.
Meanwhile, the team at The Dirty Mind are planning an Ocean’s 11-esque style caper to penetrate (heh…penetrate…) the Pleasure Center and liberate Jones and George, and in the executive offices of the Center itself, Mrs. Boreman and Dr. Powell are discussing the next step in their plan to purify humanity–though they have differing viewpoints on how the endgame should be accomplished.
My Two Cents: If you thought SFSX was raw and candid in previous issues, the team has stepped it up a notch for issue #4. Art and story are up to their usual standard of excellence, flowing in a complementary fashion and working together to advance the plot in an engaging and concise manner. The extra material at the end of the issue contains a one-for-one co-interview between author Tina Horn and colorist Jen Hickman, which provides further insight into the world they are creating, and also gives the reader a look into their minds as creators and human beings.