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Image Preview: The Old Guard #4

Written by IvCNuB4 on Tuesday, May 23 2017 and posted in Previews

Image Preview:  The Old Guard #4

A six page preview for tomorrow's new issue.

Source: Image Comics Previews

Have you ever considered what affect being immortal would have on your relationships with others? This was explored last issue from two very perspectives. We were also given a glimpse of Booker's time when he was drafted into serving time with Napoleon's army.


Meanwhile the immortals continue to search for leads on who has been hunting them down.


Here's how Image Comics describes this issue:

"PART FOUR"  Nile starts to get the hang of things, and Andy's armor begins to crack. Joe and Nicky visit Dubai (not by choice), and Booker gets a line on Copley...much to Copley's chagrin. 


Written by: Greg Rucka
Art & Cover by: Leandro Fernandez
Colors by:  Daniela Miwa
32 pages
$3.99 (US)
In shops:  May 24, 2017


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