so it wasn't just me that though that it was skin underneath things rocks neat i wonder if they'll glue it back on
Wow. I don't know how Cary and Ferry (ha! I'm a poet and I didn't know it!) managed to keep up the fantastic quality from the last issue. I may be in the minority, but I thought that #33 was one of the best UFF books yet- and this one was even BETTER. The dialogue, as some have already mentioned, was fantastic; Carey seems to have a real handle on the characters and the science fiction aspect of it.
Also, if I had one complaint about last issue, it was the art; here, the art isn't a problem. In fact, it's fantastic, and very fluid, and extremely unique at the same time.
As I'm sure you can tell, I loved this issue; 4.5/5.
I wish I "got" it. I really do. I dont like being bored by these issues.