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PREVIEWS vol 10, #11 (Nov 2000) Diamond

cover:  George Perez
PREVIEWS vol 10, #11
Date: Nov 2000
Cover Price: $3.25
Publisher: diamondcomics.com

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For comics and related items scheduled to be ship beginning in January 2001.

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     January 24, 2002 | Previews Poster
    From Vu
    Special thanks to my comic book store, Outpost 2000 & Beyond for giving me this poster. If you're ever in Minnesota, you should stop by.

    Anyway, Previews used their cover of PREVIEWS #11 (vol 10) as the poster (which is the cover to JUSTICE LEAGUES: JL? #1). It's folded and measured 12" by 20". The back of the poster features Tony Daniel's SILKE.




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