|September 1990: Like-a-Looks 2/Epilogue|
|Administrative Assistant||Monique Kaptein|
|Jaka's Story: Epilogue|
The two Like-A-Looks (impersonators of Lord Julius) who met last issue chase a third to see who is the real Lord Julius. They run into a mob of Like-A-Looks outside Baskin's office, where the fake ones are gradually weeded out and escorted away by Dirty Fleagle McGrew. Eventually Baskin finds the real one by taking his fingerprints.
Meanwhile, two maids discuss the return of Jaka and the rumors surrounding the twelve years she has been away. Lord Julius has given Jaka her old suite back. One of the maids takes tea to Jaka, tries to comfort her, and flees in trepidation.
The last page appears to be an excerpt from Daughter of Palnu, in which Jaka wishes for a winter coating to protect her. She will not appear again for almost three years.
- Baskin (last seen in issue 72; next appearance in issue 151)
- Jaka Tavers (last seen in issue 136; next appearance in issue 169)
- Countless Like-A-Looks for Lord Julius (three were last seen in issue 137; final appearance for all but one)
- Lord Julius (last seen in issue 94; next appearance in issue 151)
- Dirty Fleagle McGrew (last seen in issue 84; next appearance in issue 160)
- several unnamed guards
- two unnamed maids
- Corky, a servant
- This is the fourteenth issue of the series in which Cerebus does not appear. It last happened last issue and happens again next issue.
- Fans of Groucho Marx (on whom Lord Julius is based) will notice several Like-A-Looks drawn from his movie roles. Other Like-A-Looks resemble other characters in Cerebus, including Duke Leonardi and Elrod.
- P. 8: One of the maids mentions that the "search" for Jaka was twelve years. That makes Jaka 24 years old when she returns to Palnu.
- P. 12: One of the maids mentions that Ada, Jaka's childhood nurse, is dead. The circumstances of that death are ambiguous (see the character's page), but the maid may have gotten her information indirectly from Jaka, who has no reason to think Ada might have survived.
- P. 20: The Daughter of Palnu excerpt is hard to explain. As we learned in issue 129, that book was a work in progress by Oscar, and it was confiscated by the Cirinists shortly thereafter. It's possible that Oscar finished the book at a later time.
- Colin Upton's Big Thing: 4 short stories (8 pages)