This was exceptionally fun to do. Cam had the idea to tie in with the ish's dinosaur theme of examining legendary 2000AD "meat extinct in space world of tomorrow so cowboys go back in time to herd dinosaurs, ironically causing dino extinction too" strip Flesh, which would make the world's greatest dino movie, and went so far as to writing to the comic for permission to reprint some panels. (They were pleased to help, and sent a transparency of the latest cover that we could use, which we weren't going to, but it was the thought that counted. They politely asked for it back in the same letter, so we must do that one of these days.)
An internal misunderstanding then occurred, which was roughly my hearing Cam's, "Let's celebrate Flesh, asking why they didn't repeatedly go back in time to the 1800s and rustle the same buffalo whenever they ran out, and so on," as, "Kindly scan in a hundred pages of Flesh, then stick together lots of unassociated panels to make a new story with stupid speech bubbles."
(This explains why the intro box, by the bemused and disappointed Dep Ed, appears mysteriously to refer to an entirely different feature.)
I'm puffingly pleased with the result, as I scampered away with the B Page layout template and designed the feature by myself, Subs Letter-style, chiefly to avoid Sue hitting me with an axe handle when I explained what it was supposed to be. This B Page is all my own work, discounting the trivial contribution of the Flesh artists ripped off and reassembled in a way trampling all over their moral rights. Hurrah!
OBSESSIVE RE-READING BONUS! This B Page has the best margin joke.