Grass Kings #11 (Nick Pitarra Variant) Cover

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Grass Kings #11 (Nick Pitarra Variant)

Boom! Studios: January 10, 2018   Writer: Matt Kindt   Art: Tyler Jenkins   Cover: Nick Pitarra  

Cover Price: $3.99   UPC: 84428400596801111   Diamond ID: OCT178582   GCIN: 988917

Archie's sordid past is at the risk of finally being uncovered. Are the skeletons in his closet figurative or literal?

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