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The unholy alliance you prayed would never happen! For countless generations- the fight between good and evil has been fought- as much behind the scenes as in plain view. Unbeknownst to the world at large- one force has stood as a safeguard against the potential triumph of evil and the unleashing of the apocalypse: The 36. Now- someone is after them- a creature of evil known as Purgatori- and the only thing standing in her way is Vampirella. So with all of existence hanging in the balance- what could possibly bring these two enemies to join forces? Hint: Whatever it is- it must be really bad.
VAMPIRELLA VS PURGATORI #1 CVR C LINSNER
(W) Fawkes, Ray (A) Sarraseca, Alvaro (C) Linsner, Joseph Michael
StockID: 171459 Diamond#: JAN210757
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