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This issue starts off with a bang as Dark Horse Presents showcases the short second installment of a new regular feature, Sin City, created, written and illustrated by none other than Frank (Give Me Liberty/Hard Boiled Miller. Anina Bennett and Paul Guinan continue Heartbreakers as they fierce female clones find their asteroid base under attack by their old enemies from Earth. Also, Stephen Csutoras and Stefano Gaudiano bring Harlequin to its poignant conclusion.


  • Sin City - Episode 2
  • Harlequin - Act 4
  • Heartbreakers - Part 2, Trouble in Paradise


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The noir-esque cover is great.Sin City: Episode 2Miller in the true fashion of 'hard-boiled' detectives from which he clearly drew inspiration shows more action that words. And where there are words it's just inner monologue of a tough main hero who we know will revenge the beautiful girl who died near him. As a Mike Hammer fan, I enjoy every second of this story and this art. Harlequin: Act IVWell, there goes tribute to Brian Eno's music. The ending was fairly dramatic which fits for commedia ...

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