Next Wednesday, one of 2018’s most fascinating series has a new issue hitting the stands. In Exit Stage Left: The Snagglepuss Chronicles #3, the coils of the House Committee on Un-American Activities continue to coil around the greatest playwright of the generation. As Snagglepuss deals with a temperamental star in his new play and struggles to balance his private life with his public persona, new problems threaten to bring his carefully-built place crumbling down.

Check out the Beat’s exclusive preview of Exit Stage Left: The Snagglepuss Chronicles #3 after the jump.

Writer: Mark Russell

Penciller: Mike Feehan

Inker: Mark Morales

Colorist: Paul Mounts

Letterer: Dave Sharpe

On Broadway, there’s always more drama off the stage than on. Snagglepuss navigates a world of love affairs, intrigue, and backstage backstabbing the best he can, aware that he holds the careers and lives of others in his paw.  


  1. I like rereading this, and I think it rewards rereading. I couldn’t decide if the references to Nietszche and Kierkegaard were more the author’s own trite comment on those philosophers or if SP were in character to comment. But I think it works, and perceiving at SP’s comment gave life to the visuals beyond the page. I think it works.
    Having Huck Hound is delightful too.

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