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.
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.
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.
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.