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MID-LIFE CRISIS #2 (19 Jul 2017) Comic Book School‎

cover:  Andy Seabert
MID-LIFE CRISIS #2
Date: 19 Jul 2017
Cover Price: $
Publisher: comicbookschool.com

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Cover is an homage to:
Origins: Part 2
Crisis learns just how deadly it can be to call yourself a superhero in the Thunder League. Legend increases his violence against heroes and their families. Mid-Life Crisis explores how one hero deals with his personal midlife crisis.

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    Credits
    "Title" (22 pages)
    writer:  Buddy Scalera       
    art:  Andy Seabert 
    colors:  Anang Setyawan
    letters:  N/A
    editor:  Grant Shorter
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    Mid-Life Crisis #2 homage to Crisis #7

    posted Jul 28, 2017, 11:43 PM by Vu Nguyen

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    MID-LIFE CRISIS #2 (19 Jul 2017)
    Comic Book School‎
    It would seem that Mid-Life Crisis #2 cover is an homage to Crisis #7

    Mid-Life Crisis #2 just came out July 19th, 2017.  Written by Buddy Scalera and artwork by Andy Seabert.


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