A cage-fighter-lunatic villain named Lentigo creates havoc in the opening story: "Lentigo At The Waterpark." It's up to the Captain to destroy Lentigo's skin-damage weapon before it severely harms the waterpark patrons.
A villain named Squamous appears in the second story: "Squamous Strikes Again." Equipped with her patented weaponry, Squamous demonstrates her displeasure as our dermatologist-hero attempts to remove a squamous cell carcinoma skin cancer from one of his patients. Chaos ensues.
The CAPTAIN CUTANEUM
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Though this issue hasn't yet been completed, one of its stories, "Captain Cutaneum's ARCADE '85" has been released as a pamphlet-flyer. You can find the story on the page.
CAPTAIN CUTANEUM Issue #4
It seems our hero Captain Cutaneum can't go anywhere without running into trouble. In the opening story, he bumps into a violent, paranoid biker-villain named Sunburn, who causes (you guessed it) sunburns! C'mon, somebody: save our skins!
The second story in this issue features something of a skin-cancer nightmare: cousins Squamous and Basal teaming up in "Carcinomas on the Golf Course." Sure, the Captain can whip these villains individually, but both at the same time? Good luck.
CAPTAIN CUTANEUM Issue #5
CAPTAIN CUTANEUM Issue #2
A narcissistic, flamboyant villain named Basal invades a crowded, college-football stadium in the opening story: "Basal At The Game." Fortunately, our hero is attending the game and fights to rescue the unsuspecting crowd from basal cell carcinoma.
The second story, "Another Brush With Melasma," introduces a villain who paints brown blotches on sun-exposed complexions. It's up to the Captain to save the day.