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Realm #2 (2nd Printing)

Image: November 15, 2017   Writer: Seth Peck   Art: Jeremy Haun   Cover: Jeremy Haun  

Cover Price: $3.99   UPC: 70985302430900211   Diamond ID: SEP178185   GCIN: 986247

Molly and company hit the road, Ben kills stuff, and Johnny Eldritch has a conference call with the Destroyer of Worlds.

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