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Here's what Casey has to say about it in the letters/editorial page for SEX #1:
"Let's talk for a moment about the back-matter thing...for those of you that were there for it, that shit might've gotten a little out of control, don'tcha think? Not in the sense of content or to whatever extent that I 'revealed myself' (which was not much at all, to be completely honest...or did I say things out to an uncomfortably raw degree, I don't remember...) Just in the sense of the weight it seemed to carry in the context of the book itself. I said a lot of fairly heavy shit in there--and I'm thinking there were times that the comicbook itself didn't always match that heaviness."
It don't know what's odder, admitting that your rambling in the back-pages of your comic might have been more compelling than the comic itself, or the fact that the four pages of editorializing in the back of SEX #1 were again probably a more interesting read than the comic content of the issue. But it's an interesting comic, with some odd stylistic elements like highlighting certain words in the balloons different colors. Sometimes it seemed for emphasis, but with varying colors sometimes in the same word balloon, like a kid with a pack of various highlighting markers.