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Image Preview: Jupiter’s Legacy Vol. 2 #1

The sequel to the industry sales-beast JUPITER’S LEGACY is back and it boasts monthly jaw-dropping, eye-popping story from bestselling creators Mark Millar (CHRONONAUTS, HUCK, Kingsman: The Secret Service) and Frank Quitely.

In JUPITER’S LEGACY, VOL. 2 #1, superhero offspring Hutch and Chloe have come out of hiding with son Jason to assemble a team of super-crooks from around the globe.

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JUPITER’S LEGACY, VOL. 2 #1

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Writer: Mark Millar
Artist: Frank Quitely
Release Date: Wednesday, June 29th

JUPITER’S LEGACY VOL 2 #1, Cover A by Quitely (Diamond Code: APR160648)
JUPITER’S LEGACY VOL 2 #1, Cover B by Jae Lee (Diamond Code: APR160649)
JUPITER’S LEGACY VOL 2 #1, Cover C by Mike Mayhew (Diamond Code: APR160650)
JUPITER’S LEGACY VOL 2 #1, Cover D Blank Cover (Diamond Code: APR160651)
JUPITER’S LEGACY VOL 2 #1, Cover E Quitely Sketch Cover (Diamond Code: APR160652)

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