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DC Preview: Gotham City Sirens #9

DC Comics presents a preview of Gotham City Sirens #9, in stores tomorrow, 02/24/2010.



From the DCU Blog:


The Riddler continues leading the Gotham City Sirens into a labyrinth of puzzling predicaments. Is Edward Nigma friend or foe? Whatever the case may be, the girls are going to get their revenge, thanks to the deft handiwork of writer Paul Dini and artist Guillem March.

 

GOTHAM CITY SIRENS #9 hits Wednesday.


DC Preview: Gotham City Sirens #9

DC Preview: Gotham City Sirens #9

DC Preview: Gotham City Sirens #9

DC Preview: Gotham City Sirens #9

DC Preview: Gotham City Sirens #9

DC Preview: Gotham City Sirens #9



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