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Bettie Page #8 (Cover D 10 Copy Chantler B&w I)

Dynamite Entertainment: February 28, 2018   Writer: David Avallone   Art: Esau Figueroa   Cover: Scott Chantler  

UPC: 72513026013008041   Diamond ID: DEC171476   GCIN: 988126

Bettie hunts an alien artifact and soviet spies at the 1952 Cannes Film Festival! Will she manage to get Gene Kelly's autograph and save the world? Only David Avallone and Esau Figueroa have been authorized to tell you the classified story, in this thrilling climax to Bettie's French Riviera adventures.

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