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Do "We the People" truly believe that someone left alone to write, draw and publish will be able to bring this Great Republic of ideas, and ideals, crashing to ruin here at the outset of its third century of existence? Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles #62 (IDW Publishing) (W) Kevin Eastman,... Laugh as much as you want, but such a detailed target market would probably yield more readers and customers than just anyone who goes to a comic book store. PDF, EPUB, or comic reader formats CBR and CBZ (basically just zipped or RAR'd collections of JPEGs) are all yours to keep, back up, and read on your device of choice, however you see fit.

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Publisher: Image Comics (July 13, 2005)


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