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12-Gauge Comics Solicitations September 2011

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12-Gauge Comics has provided BF with the solicitations for their September 2011 world wide shipping titles, to be pre-ordered July 2011.

ICE #3 (of 4)

Writer: Doug Wagner

Artist: Jose Holder

Cover Artist: Brian Stelfreeze

Colors: Michael Wiggam

$3.99


Following issue #2’s stunning conclusion, the worm has turned and the ICE team is under attack! Luis Morales and his cartel are now on the offensive—taking the battle directly to Cole Matai and his elite tactical team while they are off-duty and alone.  Unfortunately, this bold move by Morales will cost an ICE agent his life, causing Cole to take justice into his own hands—or die trying.

This summer’s hottest action-series continues to sizzle!  Don’t miss the next exciting installment of ICE!




LOOSE ENDS #3 (of 4)

Writer: Jason Latour

Art and Cover: Chris Brunner

Colors: Rico Renzi

$3.99 (please note size: 7 - ¼” x 11”)


"Welcome to Miami, Sonny and Cheri.  Here you'll find it all. Gorgeous people, beautiful weather and the decadent life you so richly deserve.  Let the rhythm of the night drive the worry from your mind.  Wash the blood from your hands in our crystal blue waters and party like there is no tomorrow. Because if the vicious drug cartels and crooked cops waiting in the alley have their way... there just might not be one."

 

LOOSE ENDS is a gritty, slow cooked, "southern crime romance", that follows a winding trail down Tobacco Road, through the war torn streets of Baghdad, and into the bright lights and bloody gutters of South Florida...12-Gauge style. 

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