Sisters Of Sorrow #1 (Cover C) Cover

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Sisters Of Sorrow #1 (Cover C)

Boom! Studios: July 19, 2017   Art: Courtney Alameda   Cover: Valentine De Landro  

Cover Price: $3.99   UPC: 84428400614900111   Diamond ID: MAY178339   GCIN: 978460

Kurt Sutter (Sons of Anarchy, Mayans MC) brings this all-new original tale of revenge and recovery to comics with novelist Courtney Alameda (Shutter) and breakthrough artist Hyeonjin Kim. By day, Dominique, Greta, Misha, and Sarah run a nonprofit women's shelter. At night, they each don a nun's habit and move through Los Angeles hunting down violent abusers who have escaped justice. Their increasingly public vigilantism has earned them the nickname Sisters of Sorrow, and has drawn the ire of L.A.'s notorious anti-crime task force.

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