Infinite Seven #3 (Cover D Sherlock) Cover

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  • Infinite Seven #3 (Cover B Movie Poster) Cover
  • Infinite Seven #3 (Cover C Greathouse) Cover
  • Infinite Seven #3 (Cover E Washington) Cover
  • Infinite Seven #3 Cover

Infinite Seven #3 (Cover D Sherlock)

Action Lab - Danger Zone: April 5, 2017   Writer: Dave Dwonch   Art: Arturo Mesa   Cover: Arturo Mesa  

Cover Price: $4.99   UPC: 70238269156100341   Diamond ID: FEB171039   GCIN: 968940

Anthony has done the impossible, and become the newest member of the Infinite Seven, becoming the new Smash Brannagan. But can he survive his first mission? Training Day gets a new meaning as Anthony and Washington track the Sandsnake to Japan! NOTE: Covers D and E interlock with 5 covers to be released throughout the first arc to form a MASSIVE Infinite Seven Poster!

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