Bulletproof Coffin: Disinterred #4 by David Hine and Shaky Kane is is out this week from Image Comics, and it's the cut-up issue you may remember from that bold/heretical PR stunt where the creators cut out panels from an original copy of Fantastic Four #2. Cut-up technique, which was originally popularized by author William S. Burroughs and later used by David Bowie to compose lyrics, usually involves rearranging lines of prose in a different order to create a new narrative. How will it work with comic book panels rather than lines of text? Read more to find out in our six-page preview, and if you like what you see (but want something more linear), check out the entire first issue of the series for free.

"THE FLAMING RED EYE OF JUSTICE!" When worlds collide...the cut-up issue. Destroyovski unearths fragments of unseen 'lost' Kane and Hine comic books. 84 panels! 84 mind-blowing scenes! But what does it mean???!!!