- Free trade is healthy, of course – but not for everyone.
Appearing in "Second Tremor"
- Snake (Behind the scenes)
- Valdez (Single appearance)
- Cody's 1965 Ford Thunderbird
Synopsis for "Second Tremor"
Brown Mary is washing Cody's car in the parking garage. The Thunderbird used to belong to her ex-bandmate Snake, back in the glory days of the Hippie movement. Cody enters the garage and abuses Mary. He keeps control of her through a forced cocaine addiction.
Meanwhile in Fort Edgar, members of the Mammonite society monitor the dreams of Brother Christopher whose body is attached to EEG equipment. The goal of the Mammonites is to bring rigid order to society and slowly cripple all patterns of spirituality or chaos. The Director mentions that Brother Christopher’s mother is still alive. Neither the director nor his assistant realizes that Christopher is awake and overhears their conversation.
Coyote-Old-Man wanders through the desert and encounters a couple of rednecks. He introduces them to a hallucinogenic drug known as Ghostdancing. Word of this Ghostdancing reaches the ears of agent Cody. We learn that Cody has used to be a hippie along with Snake and Brown Mary, but has since signed on as a cult-buster agent of the Mammonites. He brings Brown Mary to the Mammonite facility and then begins investigating the Ghostdancing trail.
Brother Christopher waits until the doctors are gone and then he steals Cody's Thunderbird and leaves the facility.
- This issue contains profanity and nudity and is designated with the "Suggested for Mature Readers" warning on the front cover.
- There are no credits listed for this issue.
- Behind the scenes appearance of Snake (Fred Kominsky).
- No trivia.
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- Fifth World Raga
- Ghostdancing gallery
- Richard Case art gallery
- Mammonite Society
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