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- Biography of the American electropunk band Mindless Self Indulgence (MSI)
- One-shot written by members of the band that relate extreme but reportedly true stories of life as a touring band
- One-shot comic featuring Martha Splatterhead, the mascot of 1980s thrash-metal band 'The Accused'
- Includes a flexi-disc, compatible with CD players, of the song 'Straight Razor' (Going for the Throat)
- Five-issue series featuring the hip hop group Public Enemy
- Public Enemy clashes with a villainous corporation called The Executives who are hunting down one of the group's fans who holds the key to their world domination
- Written by Chuck D of Public Enemy
- First hip-hop comic book, independently published and inspired by the music movement in it's early days
- Written entirely in rhyme, Max Robot is credited for capturing the spirit of east coast hip-hop's underground purity, untouched by commercialism
- Initial print run of 500 black and white copies
- *value cannot be determined
- *exercise extreme caution if considering a purchase, reprints and mini-posters are identical to the original cover
- Cover appearance of The Beatles
- Interior story titled 'The Beatles Were My Downfall' about a girl obsessed with Ringo Starr
- Premiere issue of Summer Love, one of two series that split off from the title 'Brides of Love'
- Photo headshots of The Rolling Stones on the cover, two-page band biography inside
- Premiere issue of 'Hollywood Romances' one of two series that split off from the title 'Brides of Love'
- A heavy metal band prophesied to bring about the Metalocalypse hits a snag with sponsors and decide to launch a line of frozen dinners to reclaim their metal throne
- Variant cover art by Ed Piskor featuring Christopher Wallace AKA The Notorious B.I.G.
- Included with the comic is a Flexi-Postcard with is a playable vinyl insert with a track by Jorun Bombay called Hip Hop Family Tree