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4.2 million people want to know just what in the hell happened in San Cristobal. The only place they'll find an answer? CNV #4. And it ain't pretty. But it is kinda funny... and by "funny" we mean "bloody slaughter". Not ready to pay? How 'bout we toss in CNV's arch nemesis / hairstylist.

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4.5 stars 4.5/5 Stars Average score of 2 user reviews

The End Of The First Arc Is Almost Here 0

There's just something magical about this comic. It's always a joy when a new issue hits the stand. The end of the first arc is almost here. Get ready for some crazy stuff.  The Good: Like I said, this comic is just great. The concept of these multiple personality trained killers has so much potential. In this issue alone, we see a bunch of the different "Triplet" killers. As you turn the page, you never know what three personalities the next person will have. The art along with the color is ama...

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Cowboy Ninja Viking #4 0

Cowboy, Ninja, Viking #4WOW! Just wow! This book just gets better and better. I hope somebody nominates this thing for an Eisner. This book was purely character development/introduction and also progressed the overall plot well. We have a lot of new faces to add with a total of 14/15 triplets being named and introduced to a wanna-be triplet in the form of Rabbi, Summo, Cyborg. He rigged up a fake cybernetic arm to play along with the people he thinks are heroes and joins up as the teams side kic...

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