Lazarus #26 (Women's History Month Variant) Cover

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Lazarus #26 (Women's History Month Variant)

Image: March 29, 2017   Writer: Greg Rucka   Art: Michael Lark   Cover: Michael Lark  

Cover Price: $3.99   UPC: 70985301364802611   Diamond ID: JAN178494   GCIN: 970688

'Cull,' Part Five Vassalovka strikes. The Beast is unchained. Forever suffers a devastating loss.

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