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Blackburn Burrow Issue #3
by Ron Marz

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English

Pages

23

Publication Date

November 29, 2012

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Mister, a loner who’s no stranger to supernatural threats, has teamed up with a young woman named Merrin to find a detachment of Union soldiers and townsfolk missing from the town of Blackburn Burrow. Their search leads them deep inside a nearby mine, where they battle undead creatures and ancient forces, and must face the truth about Mister’s tortured past and the madman at the heart of it all – Mister’s own father.
Blackburn Burrow Issue #4
by Ron Marz

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Language

English

Pages

26

Publication Date

March 13, 2013

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Mister has faced down monsters before, but none so dark of heart as his own father, and none so powerful as Kukulkan, an ancient god that is about to break free of his underground prison. Mister’s own blood stands against him, but he is no longer alone – Merrin, a survivor from the decimated town of Blackburn Burrow, joins Mister in the battle to save not just themselves, but the world.

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