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In this very special issue we proudly present the eight-page preview of an all-new series created exclusively for Dark Horse Comics, titled "The Next Men," created and illustrated by none other than John Byrne himself! This is an eye-opening first adventure that ties into Byrne's upcoming 2112 graphic novel, set for release later this year, also from Dark Horse. If you're still not satisfied, then take a trip to Frank Miller's Sin City as he brings us part five of this multi-issue run, with "Violent Marv" once more on the move! Meanwhile, John Arcudi and legendary artist Gray Morrow bring us the second chapter of the life of private detective Oxel Karnhus--"The Creep" to his friends. Also, Rick Geary provides a peek at urban angst in "Transgression Hotline."


  • Homicide: "The Creep" - Part 2
  • The Next Men: Interlude
  • Transgression Hotline
  • Sin City - Episode 5


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Yet another great cover by DHP.Homicide ~ The Creep: Part 2Some folks just don't like the way I look.The continuation of 'The Creep' didn't become a surprise, all was already figured out from the first part of the story. But as with some TV episode from some detective show, it is not about the destination but rather about the journey. I already praised the artwork of the first part, nothing will stop me from praising it again because it is remarkably well done. 'The Creep' became one of the best...

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