Dream Police #6

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Well, Pat Lee hasn’t had a relationship with Image since 2001, so I’m not sure how that’s relevant to anything here. That's why traditional publishers stick with tried-and-true authors with loyal followings. 11. In 2012, Diamond sold 518 million dollars of comics to comic stores. Why Him: Okay, most people don’t jump for joy over cowboys anymore – especially when there’s vampires and spaceships out there – but Jonah Hex is worthy of a closer look.

Pages: 31

Publisher: Image (March 25, 2015)


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