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Planet Of The Apes Ursus #1 (15 Copy Larkin Cover)

Boom! Studios: January 3, 2018   Writer: David Walker   Art: Chris Mooneyham   Cover: Bob Larkin  

UPC: 84428400628600131   Diamond ID: NOV171301   GCIN: 986054

David F. Walker (Luke Cage) returns to the Planet of the Apes with artist Christopher Mooneyham (Five Ghosts) for a limited series about the franchise's most notorious villain! General Ursus has always hated and feared mankind. Get a glimpse at his rise through the ranks to General and what experiences brought him to the Forbidden Zone.

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