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The Royals: Masters Of War #6 Preview

Written by IvCNuB4 on Monday, July 07 2014 and posted in Previews

The Royals: Masters Of War #6  Preview

1945. The Allies’ attempted assault on mainland Europe has failed.

Source: Vertigo Blog


Vertigo's solicit  teases:

Brothers Arthur and Henry lead a raid into Germany’s capital. But is it a tactical maneuver of war, or will it turn into bloody, petty revenge?  As the war draws to a close, a world burns, and a family is ripped further apart – but is there redemption to be found before the end ?


Written by:  Rob Williams
Art by:  Simon Coleby and Gary Erskine
Cover by:  Simon Coleby, JD Mettler
Colors by:  JD Mettler
32 pages
$2.99 (US)
On sale:  July 9, 2014


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