Blood Queen #4 (10 Copy Garza B&w Incv)

Publisher
D. E.
Store Date
September 3, 2014
Writer
Troy Brownfield
Artist
Fritz Casas
Cover Artist
Al? Garza
Issue Notes
'Reign in Blood' continues as Elizabeth and Helena get a closer look at the power behind the throne. And as the king rides out to prevent a war, the battle may already be on its way to him! Plots and ambitions put everyone in danger, forcing Jon Hunter to reveal the lengths that he'll go to for the crown. But what's more frightening? A good person that goes too far, or someone that has no limits? The tension builds as Dynamite's newest dark fantasy epic continues! From writer Troy Brownfield, artist Fritz Casas, colorist Kirsty Swan and letterer Marshall Dillon.
GCIN
930067

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