Dark Horse Presents #33 Cover

Dark Horse Presents #33

Dark Horse: April 19, 2017   Writer: Ron Randall   Art: Carla Speed McNeil   Cover: Shannon Wheeler  

Cover Price: $4.99   UPC: 76156824116703311   Diamond ID: FEB170062   GCIN: 968719

Mercy St. Clair returns to DHP this month with Ron Randall's Trekker: The Volstock Payoff! Paul Levitz and Tim Hamilton's Brooklyn Blood concludes! Plus, Ryan Browne contributes the hilarious one-shot There's a Gorilla on the Cover! Carla Speed McNeil's Finder, Jim Alexander and Will Pickering's Savant, and Shannon Wheeler's Too Much Coffee Man round out this issue.

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