Shidima #2: Reunion Vol. 1 March 2001 Cover By Pat Lee

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When Superman and Doomsday battled, they nearly destroyed the city. Some of the Image partners used their studios to publish the works of other independent creators, offering them the chance to do so while owning the copyrights and maintaining editorial control over their own series. Still, these titles proved to be the first signs of changing times. Some retailers will also offer you the option of pulling just the first issue of any new related series, so you can try it before you commit.

Pages: 32

Publisher: Image Comics (2001)


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