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Luke Cage #168 (Greene Connecting Variant Leg)

Marvel: December 20, 2017   Writer: David Walker   Art: Guillermo Sanna   Cover: Sanford Greene  

Cover Price: $3.99   UPC: 75960608787716821   Diamond ID: OCT170915   GCIN: 984259

CAGED Part 3 Luke's on the chain gang, but they're not doing road work? What horrors await the prisoners in the dreaded mine?! Rated T+

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