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Please note: Due to licensing restrictions, fans in the UK and Ireland can only purchase these comics digitally (see 2, above). We do however publish a growing number of originated graphic novels. This is because book values depend upon both supply and demand, the value of a book doesn’t usually have a direct relation to the number of books in print. Whether it’s a litany of books being revealed at the latest con, Image taking over Twitter with a deluge of titles announced at Image Expo, or even greater numbers of comics slipping through the cracks because so many others are being announced, it often seems what’s next is a wave that never seems to crest.

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Publisher: Image Comics (2015)

ISBN: B0155AR94O

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