As "MySpace Dark Horse Presents" approaches its penultimate 35th on June 2 before its 36th and final issue in July, Gabriel Bá's introspective "Fiction" seems like a suitable way to round out nearly three years of short stories. Some creators have spun complete fiction while others have taken a more personal approach to telling stories. Which method was more successful? Is laying yourself bare for the sake of a story a worthy sacrifice? Those are just a few of the facets Bá's "Fiction" explores.

Dark Horse Comics has supplied us with your first look at the entire 8-page story, giving you something of a jump on one quarter of the final digital issue's content, which will also include "S.H.O.O.T. First" by Justin Aclin and Ben Bates, a full color "Usagi Yojimbo" tale by Stan Sakai and Art Baltazar's "Grimiss Island."

Give the full story a read after the jump to see what you think.