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The back cover of Concrete #9 shows Concrete’s last visit to his elderly mother. The point of view is from his mother in the bed, and she is reflected in the mirror over Concrete’s shoulder. Paul Chadwick made the story moving while working in lighter comedic moments about how difficult it is for Concrete to get around unnoticed. This story serves as a good example of the humanism shaping this series.

Collector’s Guide:
– From the back cover of Concrete #9; Dark Horse, 1988.
Full story appears in Concrete #10
– Reprinted in Complete Concrete with issues #1-10
– Reprinted in Concrete TPB #2