|July 1984: Never Pray For Change|
|Writer & Artist||Dave Sim|
|Assistant to the Publisher||Karen McKiel|
|Cover Separations||Mark Spencer|
|Church & State I|
Weisshaupt's control is slipping. Powers and Cerebus both send Weisshaupt off in a childish tiff. Mrs. Henrot- Gutch is hunting Blakely, threatening extreme physical damage. Posey, "a limp-wristed pucker-faced sack of suet," brings Cerebus his robes. Cerebus exercises his new-found power by denying a meeting with Bishop Powers and ordering his wife Red Sophia and Mrs Henrot-Gutch to pack-up and shut-up.
- Bishop Powers (last seen in issue 62; next appearance in issue 65)
- Blakely (last seen in issue 60; next appearance in issue 102)
- Cerebus (last seen in issue 63; next appearance in issue 65)
- Mrs. Henrot-Gutch (last seen in issue 61; next appearance in issue 65)
- Red Sophia (last seen in issue 61; next appearance in issue 65)
- Posey (first appearance; next appearance in issue 65)
- Weisshaupt (last seen in issue 62; next appearance in issue 65)
Dave: "Never Pray For Change" is what I thought Fleetwood Mac was singing instead of "Never break the chain". I liked mine better so I'm going to use it as a story title.
- p. 5: Mrs Henrot-Gutch: "Blakely! That heartless gigolo has toyed with my girlish affections for the last time!!"
Back up material
- Ricky Robot, "The Creation of Ricky," pt. 1 (Jerry Siegel) (4 pages)
- Fan Art in AC - Cerebus/da Vinci (Bob, Canada)