The inaugural issue's cover features the headline "The New Brando," with an image of Belgian actor Matthias Schoenaerts.
They appeared to have little to do with Matthias or the matter in hand, but Common Comfort knew better.
I blushed to my very eyes: our poor Matthias was quite right.
King Matthias had been elected to the throne of Hungary in 1457, when he was at most but eighteen years old.
He now began to call himself Matthias, and claimed to be a Jew.
Our little Matthias makes such comical faces when he fails in getting the card he wishes!
His reputation was made by his portrait of the Archduke Matthias.
Matthias was therefore arrested with the charge of having poisoned Mr. Pierson, on which he gave bail for appearance at court.
The lot fell upon Matthias, who was accounted as one of the Twelve.
For the newcomer, the horseman whose acquaintance we made outside Mr. Samson's castle, was no other than King Matthias himself.