Berlin #20 Cover

Berlin #20

Drawn & Quarterly: April 19, 2017   Writer: Jason Lutes   Art: Jason Lutes   Cover: Jason Lutes  

Cover Price: $5.95   Diamond ID: FEB171591   GCIN: 967897

With its twentieth issue, one of the biggest graphic novel events of the early 21st-century is fast-approaching-the completion of Jason Lutes' epic Berlin series. Here, the inevitable antagonist of the tale of pre-WWII Germany begins to take center stage. Marthe and Kurt find their way back to each other-he, from the bottom of the bottle and she, from a one-sided relationship. Fascism creeps into every corner of society, but some can see it better than others.

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