A poor son leads his blind father in a quest for food, and the pair are mystically led to a Chinese restaurant. They eat copiously before admitting that they can't pay for their meal, but they were expected, and the son pays for a debt incurred by the father to the strange Matron of the establishment.
"The Zombies That Ate the World, Chapter 4: Enter the Amazing Belgian"
Karl Neard and his sister Maggie are among the few living in this future world filled with the 'living impaired'. They and Freddy "The Belgian" Merckx work for the Coleman Corporation, whose shady operations include rebuilding the brain of a 'special somebody'. The Belgian's interference ruins the project, and Karl and Maggie must help cover up the mess to avoid the vengeance of the Corporation.
"The Eye of Dawn"
Margaretha Zelle MacLeod muses over her complicated life as the famous master spy Mata Hari as she faces the firing squad.
"Spouting Off: The Random Thoughts of Jean-Pierre Dionnet"
Editorial with spot illustrations.
"Fragile, Part 5"
Alan and Lynn get to know each other and discover that love can blossom even for the living dead. Elsewhere, the military does its best to exterminate the zombie plague.
A lonely schoolboy with an obsession for pro wrestling imagines a friend with whom he could mock fight. When a schoolgirl reaches out the hand of friendship, she gets a surprising response.
The rebel clans have come together to fulfill the prophesy. The clan leaders must duel to the death with their trusted assistant against the other 11 clan leaders. The sole survivor will see a sign of the revelation's fulfillment. Zerain and Ram survive, and Zerain undergoes a transformation, sprouting wings. He takes to the air, shouting a rallying cry for war against the Megalex.