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Optimus Prime #17 (10 Copy Cover)

IDW: April 18, 2018   Writer: John Barber   Art: Kei Zama   Cover: Thomas Deer  

UPC: 82771401191301731   Diamond ID: JAN180464   GCIN: 990101

'The Falling,' Part 3: Onyx Prime sows the seeds of chaos and panic on Cybertron as he reveals dark secrets? but nothing will prepare Optimus Prime and his allies for Onyx's darkest revelation!

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