EVERYTHING DIES #7: $5, 6” x 9”, offset, 32 pgs.

I’m not sure I understand this comic zine. Was there an edition before this that put things in context? It all seems rather short and simplistic. The black ink drawings were well done, however, and were cartoonish without being juvenile. This zine tells the story of the creation of some world (maybe ours?) by four gods. One of the gods got sick of all the noise created by the people on this planet and wanted to kill them all. So the gods voted and decided to kill them all—except for a king and he built an ark and put animals on it—with a flood. The king survived the flood and was then made into a god by the other gods. There, I just saved you five bucks. (Microcosm, 636 SE 11th Ave., Portland, OR 97214)