Never completed and left for dead thirty years ago, comics history’s most famous derelict masterpiece—Image Comics’ legendary 1963 by Alan Moore, Steve Bissette, and Rick Veitch—is finally given the unceremonious, irreverent, and completely unauthorized 72-page King-Size Annual climax everyone was promised but no one ever asked for! Don Simpson, master of superhero parody (creator of Megaton Man and Splitting Image and original letterer, inker, and logo designer of 1963) brings to life the avatars of the Little Comics Group That Could in satirical form—as avatars of avatars. They’re all here: Cyclobster, Black Bug, Psychic Psquid, Dr. UG, Helldiver, Limber Lass, Moonrock, and more—and if you don’t recognize the names, you’ll dig the thinly-disguised archetypes! With cameos by the Big Bang Universe, refugees from In Pictopia, and even Megaton Man and friends! Written, drawn and hand-lettered in an authentic Old School manner, X-Amount is just enough to satisfy! A comic for the ages that may finish off the Silver Age once and for all! For sophisticated readers.