Still trying to generate publicity (and cash ) from her purloined alien egg, Stella Stargaze teams up with media sleazehound Hildalgo Romereo to try to get a big payoff for staging an alien birth on live T. V. in "The Egg And I". When jealous Romero cuts the strap of her gown on the air, Tara's father T.C. begins to see the real Stella. ( And so do millions of viewers! ) Meanwhile, Alizarin Crimson's attack last issue has left Nightveil her helpless prisoner, and Crimson in possession of her Cloak Of Darkness. Rad starts a riot in a disco, while Colt wonders why she ever got mixed up in all this. Story and inks by Bill Black, and pencils by Darren Goodhart. Guest starring Janice Lawson. The back-up, "Terror At The Top Of The World" has Tara and Janice on the trail of the evil Dr. Rivits. They run afoul of his twisted daughter, Roxanne. Script and inks by Bill Black, with pencils by Marc (Mars) Hempel. This is a reworked version of a story that originally ran in the Paragon Pubs book, Tara On The Dark Continent, in 1976. Plus, Dragonfly is trapped in an alien dimension, bereft of her powers, in a story that ties into the last issue of her own book, (#8) and the first issue of Fem Fantastique. Untitled, story and pencils by Rik Levins, inks by Bill Black. Color cover by Mark Heike. Originally printed in 1988. This downloadable issue features the 20 page lead story in BOTH color and black and white lineart versions. The Dragonfly backup feature is presented in black and white. 49 pages total.