The issue of the three-volume Dia de los Muertos comic book anthology by artist Riley Rossmo and a bunch of different writers that I had a story in came out months ago. But people review things that move them to comment, whenever they want. The book might be hard to find now--but then again, it might not. Hard to say.
At any rate, this reviewer seemed to enjoy it. He called my story, Hellqueen, a "surprisingly humorous, if morbid, contribution," and continues with, "Low-level, would-be gangster Gilberto and his younger brother Gabriel, whom he's trying to recruit into the life, are tasked with spiking several severed heads on a local bridge for dramatic effect on Día de los Muertos. Gilberto is as puffed up about his newly discovered "importance" as he is wrong, convinced of his own power and the desirable things it brings, but in Mariotte's words, he's quite pathetic. The gore is gruesome, but played for laughs, both absurd and brutal."
There's more, but with spoilers (it's only a 12-page story, so it's hard to discuss without spoilers). Click the link above to read the whole thing. It was a very cool project to be part of, and I was honored to be asked.