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Valerie's getting dirty phone calls, but when she goes to take revenge she meets Myles, the man of her dreams. But Myles is up against Emil and Gustav, mentally unstable guns for hire. And Valerie's sister Penny's friend Marcy just wants to play her own songs, but no one in the bar tonight cares- least of all Penny's loser boyfriend Marv and his buddies Chip and Jev, who want their homeboy Mike to play the race card in a dubious scheme to get rich. But Mike has just fallen foul of a certain organisation with a lot of Ks in its name. And then there's Mister Fluffy.
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Myles and Valerie's face-off with the appallingly German Schmitt brothers takes an unexpected turn, while Marv's plans for Mike turn out to be inappropriate and then some. Meanwhile, Penny tells Marcy the sorry tale of what she caught Marv doing on the internet, Call-me-Dave comes a-calling, and love blossoms while bullets fly...
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Call-me-Dave meets his all-time hero, a he-man action star who may not quite be all he seems. Marv and Penny sit down for a particularly fateful brunch, while Myles tells Valerie how he ended up in the employ of the dastardly Mister Monsta. Meanwhile, Jev's new girlfriend turns out to be just a little too good to be true... part three of A Train Called Love, by Garth Ennis and Mark Dos Santos.
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It's time to go back to the barrio with the HOMIES! The surprise hit of the 90's is back in a brand-new comic book series co-plotted by original HOMIES creator David Gonzales and "Adventures of Grumpy Cat" writer Elliott Serrano, featuring all-new stories and never-before-seen characters.
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Launched in 2000, The Magazine is Canada's leading youth lifestyle magazine, covering music, movies, television, fashion, social issues, the environment, health topics and just about anything that affects the lives of 8-14 year olds. The Magazine also spotlights artwork, creative writing and points of view from its readers, as well as editorial contributions from young writers across Canada. Parents, educators and community leaders have praised The Magazine for promoting literacy, media awareness and positive lifestyles, while remaining true to a non-condescending editorial voice. Content is determined by bi-monthly surveys completed by readers and trending topics among North American tweens. In addition to the print edition, themagazine.ca is updated daily with fresh content, exclusive celebrity interviews and interactive features. The Magazine publishes five issues per year (Winter, Spring, Summer, Fall and Holly Jolly) and is available in most retail stores across Canada or online at themagazine.ca.
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