WWE #12 (15 Copy Mok Cover) Cover

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WWE #12 (15 Copy Mok Cover)

Boom! Studios: December 27, 2017   Writer: Dennis Hopeless   Art: Serg Acu?a   Cover: Audrey Mok  

UPC: 84428400588312021   Diamond ID: OCT171266   GCIN: 984422

THE SHIELD IS REUNITED...against each other for the WWE Championship!

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