We’ve discussed this before, but as a very ugly man, Orlok needs a new face. The current one has more cracks in it than a Christchurch street and the dead eyed stare that greets him every morning is getting too much. Choosing a new face should be like choosing a new couch. It should be reasonably priced, fit in with the aesthetics of the surroundings and also be able to have Jennifer Lawrence sitting on it should she decide to drop her standards substantially…
John Wagner and Alan Grant with Ron Smith doing his best “Swansea”.
WHAT’S IT ALL ABOUT (IN ONE SENTENCE)?:
Zilch McKay gets a face change and goes on the run.
WHAT THE DROKK?:
McKay has been in the cubes for 20 years he knows he can walk into a face change parlour and alter his mug. So how come it was mentioned in the early days of the strip that face changing needs authorisation, something that has presumably been in place for many years?
WHAT’S THE ART LIKE?:
Some funny mannerisms are carried off quite well.
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