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Troll II #1

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It was strange to see what I'd done being almost copied in a sense by my own publisher trying to tap the same audience for quick sales. Come and discuss all Batman related comics, characters, creators, movies, and everything else. The grid offers enough room for dialogue, action and visuals. Thank you all for such a great run, and wishing you all success in your future comics. Marv is a force of nature, cutting a path through the corrupt power-brokers of the city, until his pound of flesh (and more) has been exacted.

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Publisher: Image; 1 edition (July 1, 1994)

ISBN: B002YBBE8K

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