Thought Bubble Anthology #6 Cover

Thought Bubble Anthology #6

Image: September 20, 2017  

Cover Price: $3.99   Diamond ID: JUN178088   GCIN: 980935

A collection of new short stories by some of the best in the business for the UK's Thought Bubble Comic Art Festival which takes place in Leeds, Northern England from 18th to 24th September 2017. Creators include: Jason Aaron, Jen Bartel, Cecil Castellucci, Brandon Graham, Jody Houser, Jason Latour, Emi Lenox, Simon Roy, Marley Zarcone, and many more! All profits go to the children's charity Barnardos.

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