Breaking the frame of the narrative is something that's been done a lot lately. So was there something different about this one? I don't know. The best part was when the moose had a tantrum at the spread for O and Q and obliterated the page. On some pages only the slightest hint of the 'underneath' scene was shown, and the story never 'corrected' itself to present the hidden page and re-establish conventions--the postmodern commitment stayed strong to the end.