If one were to roll onto one's right side, this would be the view from TFO's current bed situation. But does that mean that Comics of the Weak is on vacation as well? Sort of. You'll just have to deal with this, the memories left behind by a bunch of comics, almost none of which were in any way memorable.
Absolution # 1, Avatar
Christos Gage has yet to write a really great comic book, although he has put some good scripts together with great art. Absolution won't be his game-changer, even by the bottom rung standards that have to be brought on board anytime one reads something published by Avatar, a company whose aesthetics are best understood when you look at it less as a publisher and more as a tax shelter for guys like Garth Ennis and Warren Ellis to hide income. However, this comic does include the line "He's the pussy eatin'est gay man I ever met". So yeah, if that's what you're looking for...well, actually, if that's what you're looking for, you must never have read an Avatar comic before. They're all sort of like that.