Archer & Armstrong #24 (20 Copy Incv Guerra)

Publisher
Valiant Entertainment Llc
Store Date
September 10, 2014
Cover Price
$3.99
Writer
Fred Van Lente
Artist
Pere Perez
Cover Artist
Pia Guerra
Issue Notes
Sister. Sweetheart. ASSASSIN! Archer and Armstrong?and Mary-Maria?! Archer's beloved foster sister and world-class hitwoman-for-hire, Mary-Maria, takes center stage for the very time in a high-stakes tale of hot-headed teenage temperament and tantalizing target practice! In search of her own origins, get ready to see the world through the eyes of Valiant's number one knife-wielding love interest - just as the world of Archer & Armstrong hurdles towards next month's colossal, issue #25 game-changer!
GCIN
930165

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