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Rick & Morty #24

Oni Press: March 29, 2017   Writer: Kyle Starks   Art: CJ Cannon   Cover: CJ Cannon  

Cover Price: $3.99   UPC: 64985600054502411   Diamond ID: JAN171897   GCIN: 967160

In this special one-shot illustrated by series back-up artist Marc Ellerby, Rick and Morty find themselves stranded on an alien ship. But could the ship be HAUNTED? Yeah, I mean, it probably is.

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