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The critically-acclaimed PHONOGRAM returns with seven issues of stand-alone Phonomantic stories, each set in the same night at a single nightclub. First up, Penny B wrestles with the big questions: Will she get the boy? Will the DJ play her record? Why was her gin and tonic so expensive? In a world where music is magic, she'll discover just how deep shallow actually gets.

Plus: Two complete back-up stories featuring guest artists MARC ELLERBY (LOVE THE WAY YOU LOVE) and LAUREN McCUBBIN (RENT GIRL).







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First off, Phonogram is beautiful. I'm biased, as a Britpop lover -- but really anyone who loves music can understand what Gillen and McKelvie are doing here, showcasing the transcendence of the art into a different medium (comics, babe!). This issue focuses on a Phonomancer (music magus!) named Penny B., who loves to dance. On some level it's really a treatise on dance, something I for some reason believed Final Crisis Aftermath: Dance was going to be about, but wasn't (which is fine, 'cos it's...

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