Angry Birds Comics Game Play #3 Cover

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Angry Birds Comics Game Play #3

IDW: May 3, 2017   Writer: Paul Tobin   Art: Cesar Ferioli   Cover: Ciro Cangialosi  

Cover Price: $3.99   UPC: 82771401216300311   Diamond ID: MAR170619   GCIN: 969393

Angry Birds return to the classics! Eisner-award winning writer, Paul Tobin, pens a feathered spin on time-honored tales including 'Minion Jekyll and Mr. Hyde'! Bullet points: Fresh off the successful launch of the new app, these stories focus on the fun and magic surrounding one of the world's most popular and well recognized game properties!

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