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Curse Words #8

Image: September 13, 2017   Writer: Charles Soule   Art: Ryan Browne   Cover: Ryan Browne  

Cover Price: $3.99   UPC: 70985302283100811   Diamond ID: JUL170785   GCIN: 978060

'EXPLOSIONTOWN,' Part Three-Wizord continues his clever plot to destroy the evil demon Sizzajee, which Sizzajee doesn't even realize because he's working on his clever plot to destroy Wizord. Meanwhile, Ruby Stitch and Margaret visit possibly the most magical place on earth. It's a tour de force of wizardly wit and wisdom!

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