|September 1994: Mothers & Daughters 38|
|Mothers & Daughters: Reads|
Comic (5 pages): The duo reach the moon and . . .go past it, to Cerebus' dismay, as he had expected to return to The Judge's domain.
Text (15): I can, in no short paragraph, give you a concise few sentences on issue #186. It is up to you, the reader, to think for yourself.
- Cerebus (last seen in issue 185; next appearance in issue 187)
- Cirin (last seen in issue 185; next appearance in issue 187)
- Viktor Davis (last seen in issue 185; next appearance in issue 220)
add list of locations, or location where issue took place
- Dave discusses the events that happen on page 241 of Reads (page 15 of issue 186) in an essay entitled "Dear Jeff Smith" in issue 264.
Back up material
Strangers In Paradise by Terry Moore(9)
- p. 17: The quote "A Coward dies a Thousand Deaths, the Hero dies but Once." is a paraphrasing of the Act 1, Scene 2, Line 32 of "Julius Cesear", by William Shakespeare: "Julius Caesar: Cowards die many times before their deaths; The valiant never taste of death but once."
- Issue 186 Text parts: The complete text portion of #186. Reprinted on that site with permission of Dave Sim.
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