No copyright registration was filed for the issue. There is no official on-sale date. The issue's First Notes promotions page indicates that it was scheduled to go on sale in April 1985. According to the listings in Amazing Heroes #70 and The Comics Journal #98, the expected on-sale date was April 21.
The page features letters from Anita Bennett, Dave Way, Liz Calhoun, and Jorge L. Gonzalez. The replies are by Mike Gold.
The page also includes the issue indicia and a thumbnail of the cover of American Flagg! #24.
The page appears pages 6 and 7 of "Mad Dogs... & Englishmen!"
Part 3 of 7. Parts 2-6 each spotlight a different member of the American Flagg! supporting cast. The final part in issue #27 brings all the feature's characters together for a full-length episode.
This installment's spotlighted character is Raul the Cat.
A subplot involving Raul, a robot mouse, and a robot dog is an homage-parody of the George Herriman newspaper strip Krazy Kat.
Deiter "Daddy Fleshbucks" Reich is a porn-themed parody of the Daddy Warbucks character from the Little Orphan Annie newspaper strip.