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Doctor Strange #6 (2nd Printing)

Marvel: May 11, 2016   Writer: Jason Aaron   Art: Chris Bachalo   Cover: Chris Bachalo  

Cover Price: $3.99   UPC: 75960608301500611   Diamond ID: FEB168824   GCIN: 955975

'THE LAST DAYS OF MAGIC' STARTS NOW! The Emperikul have arrived, leaving universes purged of magic in their wake. Their next target? The Marvel Universe. And with Doctor Strange weakened beyond measure? We don't have a chance! Rated T+

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