Crossed Badlands #60 (Red Crossed Order Incv Cover)

Publisher
Avatar Press
Store Date
August 27, 2014
Cover Price
$6.60
Writer
Justin Jordan
Artist
Georges Duarte
Cover Artist
Christian Zanier
Issue Notes
The Crossed have taken everything from humanity - civilization, dignity, and hope are all gone in an instant. And in their disease riddled homicidal brains, their mission will never end until the last of the uninfected are writing in pain. How can you survive in a world gone mad? You don't? JUSTIN JORDAN proves that in a world of maniacs there is no hope. There is only the Crossed.Available with Regular and Red Crossed Incentive covers by Christian Zanier,Torture cover by Tim Vigil, Wraparound cover by Rafa Ortiz, and Fatal Fantasy cover by Matt Martin.
GCIN
929675

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