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Comic Crusaders by Kevin Given - 12h ago

 “That is your weakness, never delivering the killing blow when you should…” – Gandelo

Synopsis:

This issue opens with a big exposition drop as Superboy tries to get his facts straight from Supergirl. As we follow along we learn that Gandelo wanted to kill Supergirl just because of her Kryptonian heritage. And now our heroes have come face to face with this alien hater. Gandelo is delighted that Kara brought Jor-El’s grandson along as he views it as killing two birds with one stone.

The Creative team:

Marc Andreyko turns up the weird factor as this duo of steel faces some of the strangest creatures they’ve ever faced from this strange planet of Gandelo. His mastery over his own world shows just how much a fish out of water supergirl is when she confronts this intergalactic murderer. The cretin manipulates her in the worst ways. What makes this book fun is the unpredictability of the antagonists moves when our heroes try to fight him. The author keeps us guessing on every page. Great stuff includes the introduction of a surprise character and the ultimate fate of Gandelo. Kevin Maguire brings a certain zip to this tale and keeps the excitement flowing from panel to panel. The creatures he creates for the throneworld of the Trillium collective are strange and comedic at the same time. The cousins El are illustrated well and we see their no-nonsense attitude shine forth as they’ve had just about enough from this antagonist. Highlights include the opening splash with our heroes looking down on the planet and the creation of these strange life forms.

In Conclusion:

The pacing is the strength of this issue, it’s an easy read that works well as, other than page one, we’re not to bogged down with exposition. We’re treated to different threats that our heroes, despite their powers, do not have an easy time taking down. The strange goings on of this world are something that neither of them is prepared for. It makes for a competent chapter in a strange story that we weren’t ready for. What happens to the antagonist is a shock as…to be continued. ***(8.2 rating)

Writer – Marc Andreyko
Art – Kevin Maguire
Color – FCO Plascencia
Letters – Tom Napolitano
Publisher – DC

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Synopsis:

This issue opens with our anti-hero showing signs of regret for taking on the mission upon which she is about to embark. Shashana also has her doubts but her father insists that she go along. They’ll also need a ship, but when the person they acquired a ship from realizes who the passengers are, he tries to raise the price of renting the vessel. A situation which Sonja remedies for our stalwart warriors. It’s an exciting introduction that more then defines our female champion.

The Creative Team:

Luke Lieberman brings out the best and worst of Red Sonja in the opening pages of this chapter. Her toughness, impatience and no-nonsense attitude shine forth. Helping define her abrasive personality. I’m really enjoying this take on our female anti-hero and her new mission seems to be a bloodthirsty one with gruesome consequences that will resonate throughout the land. This tale takes us to the capital city of Khawaris, Kaldor. Here we meet another antagonist that revels in using religion as a fear tactic. Controlling the land with an iron fist in so doing. It’s a good issue that draws us into Sonja’s plight as she boldly goes on a quest she didn’t count on joining. Her reluctance is what keeps us turning each page as we wonder what she’ll face next and if she’ll continue on despite her misgivings. Great stuff includes Red Sonja confronting the owner of the boat they acquire and the presence of a stowaway on board which turns the mission on its heels.

Sergio Davila brings the Hyborian age to life within the pages of this fine tale. The friction between our protagonists is plain to see through his fine renderings and the villain of the piece is downright terrifying as he should be. These characters show a distinction with this artist as we haven’t seen before. Highlights include the splash page with the octopus and the final splash page.

In Conclusion:

This issue sees a friendship strained between Red Sonja and Ozzyus. Tensions rise as Ozzyus misjudges their enemies intentions and we see our heroes falter. Will this affect their quest? A mission Sonja wanted no part of in the first place plays out in ways that she couldn’t have predicted. Can their friendship be restored or will they remain enemies? To be continued. **** (9.2 rating)

Writer – Luke Lieberman
Art – Sergio Davila
Colors – Ulysses Arreola
Letters – Taylor Esposito
Publisher – Dynamite

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STORY

From Star Cross Comics comes The Tribulation Force a Christian centric superhero comic set in the world after the Rapture. For those who aren’t in the know the Rapture precedes the Great Tribulation at the end of days. A young man is visited by God and empowered to becomes Grok, the leader of the last age of heroes the world will ever know before the end.

Given that this comic is a 0 issue for the series this particular comic has a great deal of exposition. Nearly half the comic is set up to introduce the reader to the world the story is set in. Generally this sort of thing is to be expected and even welcomed in a 0 issue of a comic series. In this case however it is somewhat meddled and required at couple of read through to completely understand what I was reading. Part of the issue is that some of the visuals are a bit vague so I had trouble relating them to the words. For instance there were a couple of instances where I wasn’t certain if I was supposed to be looking at a hero or a villain. There are two pages in the opening which pretty much depict the same events but one gives you no context for the images while the next page does. That and the exposition has multiple chapters which is nice to help break things up but for some reason the second chapter entitled History Lesson has an unnecessary sub header titled The Age of Heroes. This would be fine if there were multiple sub chapters but that is not the case.

The second part of the book gives us an actual story, a chance to learn more abou some of the characters, there relationships and more about they world they live in. This was your pretty standard superhero fare but with the Christian message that is at the heart of this comic. This was my favorite part as it allowed me to start connecting to and caring about the characters and their struggles. It does have an odd transition though into something like an epilogue without it being acknowledged as such. Without a proper break this was a bit jarring because this is the page where we finally match names and faces for the heroes. I would argue that this should have been done as part of the first story page and not the second to last page of the book.

ART

Art wise the is pretty solid. Its got a pretty good late 80’s style to it. The art is clean and dynamic with bold, vibrant colors. The pages are well laid out with a good flow to them and the images are easy to follow. The only issue I have is with some of the incongruity between the scripting and the images. I’m not sure where the failing here lies. If its a lack of communication between the writer and the artist or if perhaps the letterer hasn’t captioned the proper pages. Because there are obvious pages and panels that don’t quite jive with the story or dialogue. It doesn’t ruin the comic but it is noticeable.

FINAL THOUGHTS

A pretty decent introduction into a new comic series but it not without some flaws in the execution. Worth a look if you are looking for something new and original in you superhero genre especially with a Christian slant check it out. 3 out of 5!

THE TRIBULATION TASKFORCE 0
Writer: Bill Raupp
Art: Rully Akbar, Arman Abeleda, Jardel Cruz, Gilbert Monsanto, Luis Rivera, Bill Marimon
Colors: Periya Pillai

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Comic Crusaders by Kevin Given - 12h ago

Synopsis:

This story opens with our hero having a ghastly nightmare. Carter awakens in a cold sweat and recounts the dream with his friend Hami. Here we see Hawkman’s fears, his ideas of reincarnation and how he will keep on being reincarnated until he amends for the sins of previous lives. Hami is there to encourage him and let him know he’s not a bad person. It’s a good way to open this issue, we see Carter as a real three-dimensional person along with all his fears about being inadequate. A hero is never stronger than his weaknesses and this hero has a lot of doubts and insecurities which can be explored here.

The Creative Team:

Robert Vendetti takes Carter Hall on the ride of a lifetime, making him feel emotions that he probably shouldn’t be feeling and taking him to a remote part of the world that has a past and a reputation for being the birthplace of the dawn of time, Mount Kenya. The feeling for Carter is a get away from it all trip where he hopes to sort things out in the myriad past of his mind. I’m enjoying this tale of self-doubt as it makes our hero seem vulnerable and more human then we’ve probably seen in a long time. We root for Carter to see the good that has come out of his varied existence and want him to succeed in finding himself. Great stuff includes a surprise villain and Carter’s initial surprise at his attacker. Oliffe and Palmer bring a Kubert-eque sensibility to their renderings that bring back memories of the classic era and this Hawkman’s first successful title. They’re definitely the right team at the right time to bring the character to life I find it so spot on you’d almost think Joe Kubert was resurrected just to come back to a title he made great. Highlights include Hawkman’s flight over Kenya and the first attack from the main villain of the piece.

In Conclusion:

DC is definitely doing the right thing with this title and bringing us a humanized version of this hero that really shows what it would be like for any man, even if he is an alien, to have gone through the rigors of what Carter Hall has faced. This issue brings back one of Hawkman’s earliest foes and brings a strong sense of nostalgia to our hero and this tale. All the while pointing to a new beginning for this issues thief which involves…to be continued. *** (8.2 ratings)

Writer – Robert Venditti
Art – Pat Oliffe, Tom Palmer
Colors – Jeremiah Shipper
Letters – Starkings and Comicraft
Publisher – DC Comcis

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Creator-owned panels, convention exclusive variants, and signings with top comics talent

Image Comics is pleased to return to San Diego, California this year for Comic-Con on Wednesday, July 17 through Sunday, July 21 and will be located in a new booth space—for the first time in decades—booth #1915.

Please note: updates to the schedule may appear online during the show. Please refer to www.imagecomics.com for the most up-to-date information.

LIMITED* CONVENTION VARIANTS SOLD AT THE IMAGE BOOTH (#1915):
*Quantities will be limited by customer and per day on a first-come, first-served basis. Please ask at the Image booth about availability. 
  • SEA OF STARS #1 by Jason Aaron, Dennis Hallum & Stephen Green, $10 +tax
  • GUNNING FOR HITS hardcover by Jeff Rougvie & Moritat, $30 +tax
  • BAD WEEKEND jacketed hardcover by Ed Brubaker & Sean Phillips, jacket art by Phillips, $16.99 +tax
  • SPAWN #299 by Todd McFarlane, $10 +tax
  • SPAWN Orb T-shirt, S-3X, $25.00 +tax
  • SPAWN Parody T-shirt, S-3X, $25.00 +tax
  • SPAWN Logo Pin, SPAWN Parody Pin, SPAWN Triangle Pin, SPAWN Skull Pin, and SPAWN Orb Pin, from $10.00 – $12.00 +tax
  • The McFarlane Event Exclusive SPAWN Art Print featuring its own unique identification number and limited quantity of 250, $20.00 +tax
  • SPAWN BumBumz Vinyl Figure, packaged with an exclusive art card, in black or blue, $25.00 
  •  SPAWN Logo Lanyard, $10 +tax

SDCC PANELS:

Image Comics: Bone-Chilling Insight into Bestselling Horror Comic Books, Thursday, July 18, 1:00 p.m. – 2:00 p.m., Room: 23ABC
Join W. Maxwell Prince (Ice Cream Man), Pornsak Pichetshote (Infidel), Dan Watters (Coffin Bound), Jeff Lemire (Gideon Falls), Kieron Gillen (Die), and Chuck Brown (Bitter Root) as they discuss their spine-tingling craft and share the secrets to creating some of the darkest, most thrilling comic book series on the market. Moderated by Chloe Ramos-Peterson (Library Market Sales Representative at Image Comics).

Skybound Presents: In Conversation with Robert Kirkman,
Thursday, July 18, 3:00 p.m. – 4:00 p.m., Room 6A

Comic book creator, writer, and executive producer Robert Kirkman answers questions from fans and discusses his latest projects, including The Walking Dead, Invincible, Oblivion Song, and more.

Image Comics: Masterclass Artists Share Secrets & Inspiration, 
Friday, July 19, 12:00 p.m. – 1:00 p.m., Room: 23ABC

Dustin Nugyen (Descender), Jen Bartel (Blackbird), Sanford Greene (Bitter Root), Stephen Green (Sea of Stars), Aaron Campbell (Infidel), and Mirka Andolfo(Unnatural) will share their craft insight on their breathtaking pencils, showstopping inks, and eye-popping colors—learn about sequential art from the best in the industry. Moderated by Eric Stephenson (Publisher & Chief Creative Officer at Image Comics).

What is the Best Superpower?
Friday, July 19, 1:00 p.m. – 2:00 p.m., Room 25ABC

When creating comic book heroes, it makes sense to give them the best superpower, right? So why do we have so many superheroes with a wide array of amazing powers? Perhaps because the debate on what is the best superpower is still raging. How sure are you that you know the best power? Could you be swayed by the opinions of these Comic-Con special guests? Panelists include Alitha Martinez (Iron Man, Batgirl), Joseph M. Linsner (Vampirella), Jonathan Hickman (Fantastic 4), Steenz (Archival Quality), Todd McFarlane (Spawn), and Katy Farina (BG Paint for She Ra and the Princesses of Power), along with moderator Amy Chu.

Are Girls Turning Into Killer Cats?
Friday, July 19, 2:00 p.m. – 3:00 p.m., Room 29AB

The creative team of the Eisner Award-nominated comic book Man-Eaters talk comics, felines, and feminist agendas. Featuring NYT bestselling writer Chelsea Cain (Man-Eaters, Mockingbird), Lia Miternique (Man-Eaters co-creator), Rachelle Rosenberg (colorist), and 14-year-old contributors Eliza Fantastic Mohan (writer), Stella Greenvoss (artist), and Emily Powell (Haiku-writer-in-residence).

Image Comics: The Inside Scoop on Comic Book Storytelling, 
Saturday, July 20, 12:00 p.m. – 1:00 p.m., Room: 7AB

Bestselling, award-winning writers David F. Walker (Bitter Root), Skottie Young(Middlewest), Joe Casey (JesusFreak), Cullen Bunn (Unearth), Ed Laroche (The Warning), Charles Soule (new project TBA), and Scott Snyder (new project TBA) give fans the inside scoop on their storytelling techniques and worldbuilding craft. Moderated by Geoff Boucher (Genre Editor at Deadline Hollywood).

Todd McFarlane: Raw & Uncensored
Saturday, July 20, 3:00 p.m. – 4:00 p.m., Room 6DE

Todd McFarlane, Image Comics co-founder, creator of Spawn, co-creator of Venom, and McFarlane Toys CEO, talks about his 30+ years in the comics and entertainment industries. You’ll experience Todd raw and uncensored—talking toys, comics, industry advice, and more! He’ll also be talking about one of the biggest milestones in his career, Spawn #300, which will set the record for the longest-running creator-owned superhero comic ever! Bring your burning questions for a Toddfather Q&A.

Skybound Presents: Comic Books and Creators
Saturday, July 20, 3:30 p.m. – 4:30 p.m., Room 8

Sean Mackiewicz (Gasolina, SVP and editor-in-chief at Skybound), Daniel Warren Johnson (Murder Falcon, Extremity), Brandon Thomas (Excellence), and Khary Randolph (Excellence) come together to discuss their latest published works. Moderated by Brian Huntington (Skybound’s VP of online content).

Image Comics: The Road to the Historic Spawn #300 and #301
Sunday, July 21, 1:45 p.m. – 2:45 p.m., Room: 5AB

Join Todd McFarlane (president at Image Comics, creator of Spawn) and special surprise guests from the superstar creative teams of Spawn #300 and #301! This inside look at the creation of these record-breaking issues will jumpstart the celebration as Spawn becomes the longest-running creator-owned comic book in the world! Plus, new art reveals, giveaways, and more!

SDCC Networking Event – Comics, Coffee & Conversation
Sunday, July 21, 2-4 p.m., Marriott Marquis, Santa Rosa Room

Spend the last day of Comic-Con International: San Diego with creators Danielle Colman (The Unfinished Corner), Jason Lutes (Berlin) and Brian Schirmer (Fairlady); educators including John Shableski (UDON/Manga Classics); retailer Rachel Parker (SoCal Games & Comics); comics librarians including host Moni Barrette (Chula Vista Public Library) and fellow comics enthusiasts for fandom conversations over coffee! Topics will range from how graphic novels are used in education, how diversity is spreading in the comics community, and information about the new Graphic Novels & Comics Round Table of the American Library Association.

OFFSITE EVENTS:

CCEL@SDCC Panel – Reading and Raising Our Voices: From Comics to Community Organizing
Thursday, July 18, 11:00 a.m. – 12:00 p.m., San Diego Public Library: Central Library – Shiley Special Events Suite – 330 Park Blvd. San Diego, CA 92101

Hear from creators who have tapped the graphic medium to record the history and experiences of marginalized peoples, to take control of their own narratives, and to inspire a new generation of activists, as well as from librarians crafting large-scale initiatives around comics that focus on historically underrepresented communities. With Henry Barajas, Ezra Claytan Daniels, Maia Kobabe, Candice Mack, and David F. Walker. Moderated by Chloe Ramos-Peterson.

SIGNINGS AT THE IMAGE COMICS BOOTH (#1915):
*TICKETED denotes signings that require wristbands. Wristbands will be given out at the booth as soon as the convention floor opens on a first-come, first-served basis. Tickets will be available for attendee, retailer, and professional badge-types only, unless otherwise stated. There will be a limit of 3 items per person for ticketed signings unless otherwise noted. All items presented for signing are subject to review and denial by staff. No CGC, CBCS, or other witnessing/grading.

WEDNESDAY, JULY 17

6:30 – 7:30 p.m.

  • Ed Brubaker (Bad Weekend, Criminal) [*TICKETED]

THURSDAY, JULY 18

11:00 – 11:45 a.m.

  • Jeff Rougvie, Moritat, Casey Silver (Gunning for Hits)
  • Skottie Young (Middlewest, I Hate Fairyland) [*TICKETED]

11:00 – 12:45 a.m.

  • Robert Kirkman (The Walking Dead, Invincible, Die!Die!Die!, Oblivion Song, Outcast by Kirkman & Azaceta) [*TICKETED]

12:00 – 12:45 p.m.

  • Ed Brubaker (Bad Weekend, Criminal) [*TICKETED]

1:00 – 1:45 p.m.

  • Tomm Coker (The Black Monday Murders)
  • Stephen Green (Sea of Stars)
  • Jen Bartel (Blackbird)

2:00 – 3:45 p.m.

  • Todd McFarlane (Spawn) [*TICKETED. Attendee badge holders only; 13+ age requirement, limit ONE item per person; no CGC, CBCS, or other witnessing/grading; no sketches; no photos]

4:00 – 4:45 p.m.

  • Brandon Thomas, Khary Randolph (Excellence)

5:00 – 5:45 p.m.

  • Ed Brubaker (Bad Weekend, Criminal) [*TICKETED]
  • Doug Wagner, Adam Hughes (The Ride: Burning Desire) [*TICKETED]

FRIDAY, JULY 19

11:00 – 11:45 a.m.

  • Nicola Scott (Black Magick)
  • Brian Schirmer (Fairlady)
  • Sean Mackiewicz (Gasolina)

12:00 – 12:45 p.m.

  • W. Maxwell Prince (Ice Cream Man, One Week In the Library)
  • Brenden Fletcher (Isola, Motor Crush)

1:00 – 1:45 p.m.

  • Ed Brubaker (Bad Weekend, Criminal) [*TICKETED]
  • Brian Haberlin (Sonata, Marked)
  • Daniel Warren Johnson (Murder Falcon, Extremity)

2:00 – 2:45 p.m.

  • Steven Seagle (Get Naked, Camp Midnight)
  • Scott Snyder & Charles Soule (new project TBA)  [*TICKETED, limit TWO items per person]
  • Brandon Thomas, Khary Randolph (Excellence)

3:00 – 5:00 p.m.

  • Todd McFarlane (Spawn) [*TICKETED. Attendee badge holders only; 13+ age requirement, limit ONE item per person; no CGC, CBCS, or other witnessing/grading; no sketches; no photos]

SATURDAY, JULY 20

10:00 – 11:45 a.m.

  • Robert Kirkman (The Walking Dead, Invincible, Die!Die!Die!, Oblivion Song, Outcast by Kirkman & Azaceta) [*TICKETED]

11:00 – 11:45 a.m.

  • Jeff Rougvie, Moritat, Casey Silver (Gunning for Hits)

12:30 – 2:30 p.m.

  • Todd McFarlane (Spawn) [*TICKETED. Attendee badge holders only; 13+ age requirement, limit ONE item per person; no CGC, CBCS, or other witnessing/grading; no sketches; no photos]

3:00 – 3:45 p.m.

  • Sanford Greene, David Walker, Chuck Brown (Bitter Root)  [*TICKETED]
  • Ed Laroche (The Warning)
  • John Layman (Outer Darkness)

4:00 – 4:45 p.m.

  • Jeff Lemire (Ascender, Gideon Falls, Royal City) [*TICKETED]
  • Tomm Coker (The Black Monday Murders)
  • Joshua Williamson (Birthright)

5:00 – 5:45 p.m.

  • Stephen Green (Sea of Stars)
  • Sean Kelley McKeever (Outpost Zero)

SUNDAY, JULY 21

10:00 – 11:45 a.m. 

  • Todd McFarlane (Spawn) [*TICKETED. Attendee badge holders only; 13+ age requirement, limit ONE item per person; no CGC, CBCS, or other witnessing/grading; no sketches; no photos]

12:00 – 12:45 p.m.

  • Brandon Thomas, Khary Randolph (Excellence)

1:00 – 1:45 p.m.

  • Jeff Rougvie, Moritat, Casey Silver (Gunning for Hits)
  • Wesley Chu (The Walking Dead: Typhoon)

2:00 – 2:45 p.m.

  • Doug Wagner (The Ride: Burning Desire) 
  • Stephen Green (Sea of Stars)

3:00 – 3:45 p.m.

  • Kieron Gillen (Die, The Wicked + The Divine) [*TICKETED]

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Industry tastemakers rave about the goth-and-grit aesthetic for the new Image Comics title

Image Comics forthcoming ongoing comic book series Coffin Bound by Dan Watters (Sandman Universe: Lucifer) and artist Dani (2000AD, Girl with No Name) with colorist Brad Simpson (JESUSFREAK, MCMLXXV), letterer Aditya Bidikar, and designer Emma Price, set to launch this August.

Cars! Guns! Entropy! Coffin Bound follows Izzy Tyburn, who is chased by an unstoppable killer and has decided that if the world won’t have her in it, it can have nothing of her at all. She’s re-treading her life, leaving nothing but burned rubber, ash, and the sun-scorched bones of those who get in her way. Ride shotgun on an unforgettable road trip through blood-splattered, grindhouse action best described as Bitch Planet and Mad Max: Fury Road set in the dark, twisted fantasy world of Sandman.

Coffin Bound #1 (Diamond Code JUN190026) hits stores on Wednesday, August 7. The final order cutoff deadline for retailers is Monday, July 15.

Coffin Bound #2 (Diamond Code JUL190117) hits stores on Wednesday, September 11. The final order cutoff deadline for retailers is Monday, August 19.

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As the smoke from last issue clears, General Fortean makes a fateful decision. There can be no more half measure. No weapon is off the table. Force must be met with equal force. This is a war without rules… and SHADOW BASE is going to win.

(W) Al Ewing (A) Joe Bennett (CA) Alex Ross

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Spinning out of the events of the last Danger Doll Squad series, it’s the origin story of the all new fan-favorite mash-up character, Amalgama, who commands the powers of Zombie Tramp, Vampblade, and DollFace combined! Amalgama Lives sets the stage for all-new Danger Doll universe cosmic adventures to come in the August debuting Amalgama: Space Zombie ongoing series!!
 
Collects issues 1-4 of the Danger Doll Universe event series!

DANGER DOLL SQUAD PRESENTS: AMALGAMA LIVES!
Writer(s): Jason Martin

Artist Name(s): Winston Young, Marco Maccagni
Cover Artist(s): Winston Young 
96 pgs./ M / FC                   $14.99

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Brenda and Mia, having pulled off the ultimate heist but lost the prize, are pulled back in for one more round in the fight for the Net of Indra! It’s all or nothing as they take on Mia’s arch-nemesis from the 1960s: the nefarious, notorious, ignominious Hatch Leonard. 

Smooth Criminals #7
Publisher
: BOOM! Box, an imprint of BOOM! Studios
Writer: Kiwi Smith & Kurt Lustgarten
Artist: Leisha Riddel
Colorist: Jamie Lougran, Joana Lafuente, Gonçalo Lopes
Letterer: Ed Dukeshire
Cover Artist: Audrey Mok
Price: $3.99

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Seattle is scheduled for destruction in order to protect Earth from an alien outbreak. But to protect our authority over our own planet’s security, the ESA will have to face off with our alien partners in the ultimate game of espionage, politics, and galactic business.

(W) Zack Kaplan (A/CA) Andrea Mutti, Jordan Boyd

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