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PREVIEW: The DANGER DOLL SQUAD returns in GALACTIC GLADIATORS!

The deadliest characters in the ZOMBIE TRAMP UNIVERSE come together once again, and this time they’re… in space! When a cosmic threat forces Zombie Tramp, Vampblade and DollFace into combat on a mysterious battle planet, the most lethal ladies of Earth must face off with some of the baddest gladiators from across the cosmos!


After 2017’s landmark DANGER ZONE crossover between the undead dark magic queen ZOMBIE TRAMP, the 17th-century ball jointed witch hunter DOLLFACE, and the other-dimensional parasite slayer VAMPBLADE was such a huge hit, the creators behind the event were eager to do a sequel!

Writer Jason Martin explains, “With each of these concepts designed to share a universe and all rooted in complementing genres, it’s completely natural to have the characters all interact and play off each other. So Danger Doll Squad is just unleashing that potential on a bigger stage, and is an absolute blast to play with! We’ve no shortage of stories to tell with these amazing characters, and we love sending them on another journey that showcases the anything-goes subversive fun that’s infused in all of these crazy concepts!”

DANGER DOLL SQUAD VOLUME 2: GALACTIC GLADIATORS #1
Writer(s): Jason Martin, with Dan Mendoza and Bryan Seaton
Artist Name(s): Winston Young
Cover A – Winston Young cover (unlimited)
Cover B – Winston Young Risqué variant (limited to 2500)
Cover C – Marcelo Costa variant (limited to 1500)
Cover D – Marcelo Costa risqué (limited to 2000)
Cover E – Bill McKay variant (limited to 1500)
Cover F – Bill McKay risqué (limited to 2000)
Cover G – Dan Mendoza variant (limited to 2000)
Cover H – Dan Mendoza risqué (limited to 2500)
32 pgs./ M / FC
$4.99








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