This is book number 2 in the The Complete Love and Rockets Library series.
Collects the earliest, most sci-fi comics in Jaime Hernandez's Locas/Locos storyline, ripped from the pages of Love and Rockets: meet teenage mechanic Maggie, her anarchic best friend and sometimes-lover, Hopey, and their friends from the Southern Californian Hoppers 13, aka Huerta, neighborhood punk scene.
These stories first appeared in the seminal, long-running (and ongoing) Love and Rockets comics series, also featuring work by Jaime's brothers, Gilbert and Mario. L&R has been called "the greatest American comic book series of all time" by Rolling Stone and "a great, sprawling American novel" by GQ. It broke ground with its craft and the casual intersectionality of its huge and diverse casts of nuanced characters (many of whom are LGBQTIA+) who live and have relationships in often-naturalistic settings and situations (although L&R has SF and magical realist elements too). Along with contemporaries Chris Ware, Lynda Barry, and Daniel Clowes, the Hernandez brothers pushed the comics medium into new artistic heights.