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The Post Bros have bloody encounters with old girlfriends, while the hunt for Madam Boche continues.
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Future Kings is the story of what happens when the world's only superhero is killed trying to save citizens from a natural disaster. The citizens in charge of operating his base of support decide to continue his work, attempting to duplicate his powers via science. Years later, there are two new superhumans and they are ready for their first mission.
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Future Kings is the story of what happens when the world's only superhero is killed trying to save citizens from a natural disaster. The citizens in charge of operating his base of support decide to continue his work, attempting to duplicate his powers via science. Years later, there are two new superhumans and they are ready for their first mission.
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After a night of drinking, Nightsabre wakes to find himself in the disheveled apartment of his friend, Leanne or Riptide. Confused and disoriented, he goes in search of relief for his bounding headache only to find the dead body of his friend.
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Accused of murder, Nightsabre goes to trial.
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The murder trial proceeds as other superheroes are called to testify, revealing legacies and bringing everyone closer to the truth.
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In this gripping finale, the murderer is revealed, but will they be able to stop him from killing again?
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In this gripping finale, the murderer is revealed, but will they be able to stop him from killing again?
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With forces pursing her from every side, Sheena makes a run for the only place she knows she'll be safe - and once she makes it into the embrace of the jungle, her pursuers will come to know firsthand what the call of the wild really sounds like! All-out steamy jungle action issue! Don't miss the unbelievable twist on the last page of this issue!
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Supreme began life as an exceptionally violent Superman rip-off. Moore took over in 1996, jettisoning everything except Supreme's blond, muscular good looks and turning a copycat into an ingenious homage to the Superman archetype. This clever work retells the history of superhero comic books as reflected through Moore's retro drawings and superheroes modeled on characters and narrative styles from the 1930s to today. Suffering from amnesia, Supreme has returned to Earth, but must also return to his roots-his smalltown family, allies and bombastic enemies-to discover his origins. In his everyday identity, he's a mild-mannered comic book artist who draws a line of violent superheroes. As Supreme investigates his past, readers are treated to a delightful series of tongue-in-cheek flashbacks to revised versions of the Golden and Silver eras of comics. Supreme grows up in Little Haven, rather than Smallville; lives in Omegapolis, instead of Metropolis; and convenes meetings of the Allied Supermen, rather than the Justice League of America. Moore weaves a complex plot that leads to a startling, ingenious climax. He also offers his characters and readers moments of poignant self-discovery. In his superhero masterpiece Watchmen, Moore stressed the dangers of identifying with comic book heroes. This work is a much kinder look at the form, done with wit, intelligence and love.
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