Witchblade #59

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The Comic Art Collection at Michigan State University is a special library/archive of about 240. Did he who made the Lamb make thee?” (122). “In the beginning” moots but does not answer those questions and refuses to align the texts in Prairie State Blues in a coherent row. This is one comic title that should not be missed. My son could be without a father, just because I wanted to engulf myself in the filmed artistic expressions of nerdom.

Pages: 23

Publisher: Image - Top Cow (October 2, 2002)

ISBN: B015XCG9BI

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