Silver Surfer #14 (Kirby 100 Variant) Cover

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Silver Surfer #14 (Kirby 100 Variant)

Marvel: October 25, 2017   Writer: Dan Slott   Art: Mike Allred   Cover: Jack Kirby  

Cover Price: $3.99   UPC: 75960608312101421   Diamond ID: JUN170964   GCIN: 974892

'EVERYWHERE' When the Silver Surfer first told Dawn Greenwood he could take her anywhere and everywhere, he forgot...that everywhere includes the place where journeys end. Please join us for one final trip around the universe. Rated T+

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