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Amigo Comics Solicits for April 2013

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Amigo Comics has provided BF with their pre-order comics for April 2013.

This April, Amigo Comics first solicit at Previews kicks off with the all-new-action-jam-packed, ROGUES! series. And the first adventure of our thieves receive a “Certified Cool” and a “Spotlight on”!


Juan José Ryp, artist: “The Rogues! are back in town… and I’m really happy to see this dear old series –the first series I had the honor to create with El Torres, have finally its second chance. It’s also a honor and a pleasure to introduce them to the newest readers with this first issue.”

El Torres, writer: “We have adventure, we have fun, we have jokes, bulky barbarians and gorgeous girls… and chickens! Come enter into the maze slums of Gerada, pick up your sword and brace yourselves for a big dosis of fun. Bring  along some friends. You won’t be disappointed.”

AMIGO debuts with the amazing art of the genius Juan José Ryp and the words of horror maestro El Torres.

This is the tale of Bram and the Weasel, two reputed thieves in the slums of a fantasy world! After rescuing a girl from her wizard father, the two outlaws are cursed with the most horrible curse — for a thief!

And included in our first issue you can find an extra 4-pages story, featuring the awesome artwork by Rubén Rojas! In “The Rogues’s song” we’ll learn some more facts about Bram and The Weasel… and perhaps some more obscure fantasy heroes.

There’s still time to grab yourself a copy!

Search your Previews, page 213 and pre-order it.

MATURE THEMES

SC, 7×10, 32pgs, FC …………… $3.99

(Code: STK526266)

 

  

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