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PS238 (2004) - #37
"Drawing from Experience"
Dork Storm Press


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  Writer(s):
Aaron Williams

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Cover Date: December 2008
Cover Price: US $2.99

Issue Tagline: Destructive Writing

Format: Black & White; Standard Comic Issue; 32 pages

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The students read their 'creative' writing, and we see their illustrations.

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"I've read that children are less imaginative these days. How has that affected metahuman children?" A one page text piece set in the PS238 universe.

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