Most famous work. Now I have it. With glee
I say it's what I'd hoped for. 'Mong its tricks
Are faithfulness to Dick's work that's beyond
My expectations, as well as design
Of chracters that's expressive and fond.
While on the brink of being just a fine,
Fine picture-book, it has moments of grace
As heart-wrenching as some of Dick's best prose
(Jack Isidore in body and in face
Tugs 'specially at me). Now as it grows
To twenty-four issues I'll watch, quite pleased,
If it continues as well as it's teased.