EXECUTIVE ASSISTANT: IRIS (vol 3) #2
David Wohl – Story / Alex Lei – Art / Teo Gonzalez - Colors
Iris is back, but will she make it through the – Executive Extinction!
The “Executive Extinction” crossover reaches a deadly turning point as Iris encounters an ALL NEW Executive Assistant--Jasmine—and the results are perilous! With her employer already kidnapped and held by the Russian Mafia, Iris makes a shocking decision that could end with her own death.
EXECUTIVE ASSISTANT IRIS creator David Wohl is joined by newcomer Alex Lei and series vet Teo Gonzalez, to bring you the thrilling third volume as the “Executive Extinction” crossover event continues!
Executive Assistant Iris (vol 3) #2 is in stores January 30th, 2013!
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Originally Published at Reading Graphic Novels http://readinggraphicnovels.blogspot.com/2013/01/preview-executive-assistant-iris-vol-3-2.html
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