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Famous as Alan Moore's collaborator on Swamp Thing and supreme, Veitch also publishes comics he wholly creates, including some called Rare Bit Fiends in homage to comics pioneer Winsor McCay's pre-Little Nemo in Slumberland strip, Dream of the Rarebit Fiend. Like McCay's work, they record dreams. But Veitch draws his own dreams. The third Rare Bit Fiends collection gathers those of his early 1970s youth, when he was "on the run from a paternity claim, penniless and unemployable, morally bankrupt, a physical wreck, and . . . emotionally drained." To him the dreams are clearly therapeutic and predictive, and they enabled him to launch his comics career. He had begun a lasting interest in Jungian dream analysis just before he had them, and his concluding annotation of them reveals their symbolical ministry to him. They constitute a far freer-form narrative than that of such merely dreamlike comics as The Maxx, but not a boring one, especially for ardent dream analysts, whose numbers may swell a bit, thanks to Veitch's excellent drawing. Ray Olson
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