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American Gods: Shadows #9 (Preview)

Written by IvCNuB4 on Monday, November 13 2017 and posted in Previews

American Gods: Shadows #9  (Preview)

Life becomes even more stressful for Shadow while he works in the funeral parlor.

Source: Dark Horse Previews

Last issue Shadow agreed to work for Ibis after meeting Ibis and Jacquel at their Funeral Parlor. During this time Shadow began to reflect on past things he had done and the stress of those memories started to cause his emotional state to become unstable. 


The Dark Horse solicit says:

Still in the employ of Ibis and Jacquel, Shadow sees his share of dead bodies . . . but doesnt ever expect them to be gods. When Mad Sweeney turns up and blames him for maliciously giving away his lucky coin, Shadow can only plead innocence -- and the leprechaun then claims he is certainly doomed.


Written by: Neil Gaiman, P. Craig Russell
Art by: P. Craig Russell, Glenn Fabry
Colors by: Scott Hampton, Adam Brown
Covers by: Glenn Fabry, David Mack (Variant)
32 pages
$3.99 (US)
In shops: November 15, 2017


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