There are still typos galore, and the inks on this issue (at least my copy) look faded, as if the toner cartridge was low. FemiNazi goes after generic villain Merv The Perv, who attempts to be loved through disdain. FemiNazi makes the case that she’s still fighting for injustice against women, as Chief O’Clancy becomes the character of most concern. With hostages being called “hooers” for no reason other than being women, and lines like “You sound a little Mexican,” I was pleased to see this boring strip end. Roswella stars in Space AIDS, which was a funny strip I’d seen previously online, and it actually works because of the extended set-up at the doctor’s office. Probably my favorite of this lot was the Jungle Jane strip (can’t believe I’m saying that because it’s largely been the most egregious one to date), which featured Jungle Jane seeking revenge against Sir Reginald Regal, who had hunted some of Jane’s jungle “friends” and calls her a “tart Nubian trollop.” The female character actually gaining power over her white oppressor without having to resort to some kind of ass-to-mouth bukkake scene was refreshing. Sequential Sally, this time out, seeks revenge against some internet troll name “Skip Fanboy, Independent Comic Reviewer,” which totally made me chuckle. This poor blogger is subjected to all kinds of torture involving “smelly bloody vagina” and is force-fed flatulence. Despite some of the more guttural elements, the piece almost won me over with raw humor, right up until this Sequential Sally strip ended as they unfortunately always must. Sally ends up fellating the shmuck simply to advance her own career, no matter what an undeserving a-hole the guy is. There really is some disturbing underlying hatred of this Sally archetype. Overall, the humor was working a little better, and if only this Sally strip had ended differently, this title might have broken the barrier of Grade C-.