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FOLLOWING CEREBUS #1
(July 2004) New covers by Dave Sim! Inside are two lengthy interviews with Sim and Gerhard, accompanied by previously unpublished behind-the-scenes art! Also: an examination of the "Something Fell" mystery in Cerebus, news, a letters column, and an all-new Too Much Coffee Man/Cerebus strip by Shannon Wheeler! 48 pages.

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FOLLOWING CEREBUS #2
(December 2004) Our second issue corrects some of the production glitches in #1 and features Dave Sim's first "About Last Issue" column; an essay examining storytelling in Cerebus; a rare 1973 interview in which Sim talks with Barry Windsor-Smith; and "Passage," a rare 6-page Cerebus story from over twenty years ago (and featuring the first time Cerebus wore his black vest)! Also: a "Gallery" section of rare Cerebus art; Sim's favorite Buffy the Vampire Slayer photo of the month; and news. And check out the new painted cover by Sim and Gerhard! 48 pages.

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FOLLOWING CEREBUS #3
(February 2005) Three new covers by Dave Sim & Gerhard based on Frank Frazetta's classic Weird Science-Fantasy 29, Jack Kirby's Avengers 4, and Detective 31! Every issue contains all three illustrations in a special fold-out cover! Also: Sim interviews Harvey Kurtzman (a rarity from 1974!); Joe Bob Briggs, Harlan Ellison, Frank Miller, Steve Rude, and others discuss copyrights; Sim's always-entertaining "About Last Issue" column; Gerhard on the joys of sailing (with never-before-published drawings!); part one of "Will Eisner Remembered"; "Dave Sim's Favorite Buffy the Vampire Slayer Photo This Month"; and more! 48 pages.

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FOLLOWING CEREBUS #4
(May 2005) Giant 56-page extravaganza! This Will Eisner Tribute Issue contains a lengthy remembrance by Dave Sim; a four-page Cerebus/Spirit story (from Cerebus Jam 1), including Sim's uninked pencilled layouts; Eisner's influence on the creation of Frank Miller's Elektra; mini-reviews of all of Eisner's graphic novels and book collections; and a 1985 panel discussion featuring Eisner, Sim, and Archie Goodwin talking about storytelling (from Will Eisner's Quarterly). Lots of rare Eisner art throughout. Also: Sim discusses the FC 3 copyright feature in "About Last Issue"; Sim's favorite Buffy the Vampire Slayer photo of the month; and the return of the letters column. The new cover by Sim and Gerhard is the first in a series, "Wouldn't It Have Been Great if Gerhard Had Worked on Cerebus From the Beginning?" (this one based on a panel from Cerebus 11)!

Issue #4 is SOLD OUT.


FOLLOWING CEREBUS #5
(Aug. 2005) Yet another 56-page giant! (If we keep doing this, we're going to go broke!) Cover-to-cover (almost) interviews with industry greats talking about how they do (or do not) consult with editors in the creation of their work. Maybe the topic sounds a little "dry," but you'll be surprised at the insights here! The issue starts out with a panel discussion at the 2004 Toronto Comicon featuring Will Eisner, Dave Sim, and Chester Brown. After that, Sim interviews Neil Gaiman, Frank Miller, Chester Brown, Craig Thompson, Paul Pope, Joe Matt, Andy Runton, and Seth individually! Plus: Sim's always-entertaining "About Last Issue" column and a great new cover. But really, with that line-up of interviews, what else do you really need?

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FOLLOWING CEREBUS #6
(Nov. 2005) Blockbuster issue looks at "The Many Origins of Cerebus" with a four-part collection of features: (1) a look at the comics world of the late 70s, with observations from Mike Friedrich (Star*Reach), Bud Plant, Chuck Rozanski (Mile High Comics), and Buddy Saunders (Lone Star Comics); (2) a new interview with T. Casey Brennan, who dramatically influenced Sim's writing (and collaborated with Sim on the pre-Cerebus story "A Boy and His Aardvark"), (3) Sim's essay on the beginnings of the Cerebus comic, and (4) an interview with Sim about the origin of Cerebus. Also in this issue: "About Last Issue," Sim's favorite Buffy photo of the month, letters, news, and a report on the Cerebus art exhibit at St. Bonventure University. Plus a new Sim/Gerhard cover!

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FOLLOWING CEREBUS #7
(Feb. 2006) Special TV issue features a brand new essay, "Dave Sim: Marathon Man" written by Babylon 5 creator J. Michael Straczynski (Jeremiah, Amazing Spider-Man, Fantastic Four)! Plus: Sim reviews an episode of Buffy the Vampire Slayer, a debate about that review, an interview about television in general, a report on Sim's TV appearances, and Lee Sandlin's (Chicago Reader) hilarious look at television pilots. Also in this issue: Sim reviews the Cerebus article in The Believer magazine, "About Last Issue," letters, news, a Neal Adams photo, new Wolverroach art, and more. Plus a new Sim painted cover!

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FOLLOWING CEREBUS #8
(May 2006) "Mind Games" Issue! The feature essay examines the five (or six) "Mind Game" stories in Cerebus. Also in this issue: a new five-page Roberta Gregory (Naughty Bits) comic story; a discussion with Dave Sim about the controversial Danish editorial cartoons and the subsequent Muslim protests; a two-page "Misunderstanding Comix" jam by Sim, Chester Brown, Seth, and Joe Matt, along with comments from each participant; a Sim/Brown debate about avant garde comics; a Sim review of Lee Thacker's "One For Sorrow" graphic novel; Sim's Shuster Hall of Fame Award speeches (for himself and on behalf of Hal Foster), "About Last Issue," "Dave Sim's Favorite Buffy Pic This Month," letters, news, and--yes--the first "Following Cerebus Baby Picture Page"! How's that for a great issue? Especially considering that you're already getting your money's worth with a stunning Sim/Gerhard wraparound cover!

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FOLLOWING CEREBUS #9
(Aug. 2006) Giant-size Neal Adams Issue! 104 pages of Adams, cover-to-cover, featuring lots of rare and previously unpublished art and photos plus an extensive article/interview by Dave Sim, who spent a day with Neal at Niagara Falls talking about comics, art, science, and lots more! "Neal Adams, Niagara Falls, and Other Forces of Nature" is a great insight into one of the most influential comic artists in history. Also in this issue: a short feature covering Adams's influence on Cerebus. Deluxe squarebound format with a cardstock cover by Adams and Sim!

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FOLLOWING CEREBUS #10
(June 2007) "Cerebus Dreams" Issue! The feature essay examines the classic story "The Night Before" that originally appeared in Cerebus 36! Also in this issue: a rundown of the numerous dreams that take place in the Cerebus storyline; an interview with Dave Sim about dreams; Sim's reply (part text, part comic) to Roberta Gregory's strip in FC 8; "Cerebus Dreams" by Barry Windsor-Smith reprinted from Swords of Cerebus 5 with new retouches by BWS; "Cerebus Dreams II" (originally published in AV in 3D but seen here for the first time in glorious 2D) with comments by Sim; and more! Plus a fantastic Sim/Gerhard wraparound cover based on the "Night Before" story!

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FOLLOWING CEREBUS #11
(November 2007) "Cerebus Dreams" Part 2! Interview with Rick Veitch of Roarin' Rick's Rare Bit Fiends (who, of course, appears twice in the Cerebus story)!Also in this issue: the strangest book review you'll ever read takes a look at Collected Letters 2; Dave Sim reflects up Barry Windsor-Smith's OPUS 1 autobiographical art book, followed by Dave's and Craig Miller's discussion/debate about Dave's essay; a Drew Hayes (Poison Elves) tribute; a gallery of new Cerebus art; and more! Plus a fantastic Sim/Gerhard wraparound cover inspired by M.C. Escher!

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