Yes, for those reading before it's fixed: I goofed on adding the cover, because I wasn't paying as much attention as I should have been. Oops.
Anyway, fast-forward though a hundred or so comics, and we're dealing with Malcolm Dragon, Dragon's grown up son who Dragon thought was dead at one point.
It's just as amazing as the original Dragon storylines, and still as sexist. It's this whole weird thing, where I can't tell if they're poking fun at it in general or just being really sexist. I honestly wish I cared more than I did. This is the most glaring fault, and I hate it, but I love so much else about this massive soap-opera of a story.
The art gets sloppier, but once again not enough to really detract. This was the last thing offered via Comixology Unlimited, a subscription service. Le sigh! I may have to buy the rest.
Other authors didn't balance everything I loved about the original series - the character development, the humor, the soap opera elements, etc as well. I wasn't into a lot of these, actually, although there were only a couple pages long and sort of 'what if this had been different?' type stories.
It's interesting seeing the characters living off-planet, or in 50s drag races, but I only really truly enjoyed a couple of these and that wasn't enough to save this anthology.
So this is where Comixology Unlimited cuts me off. There's eight or nine of these and I want to splurge on them all to be honest.
I also really want to wait and see if they go on sale, too.
All I know is that this is some of the most addictive stuff I've read. I have to know what happens to Malcolm and all the universes, too. I really, really need it and I wasn't paying attention to pages, so I didn't expect it to end - and then it did...