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AfterShock Preview: Brilliant Trash #1

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AfterShock Preview: Brilliant Trash #1

A sci-fi superhuman epic from Tim Seeley, the writer of Revival and Grayson, and breakout art sensation Priscilla Petraites!

In the days to come, a super powered teenage girl wipes the heavily disputed Old City of Jerusalem from the face of the globe. Now, in American dystopia after the “Lady Last Word Incident”, a click-bait headline writing “journalist” holds the key to a med-tech conspiracy that could turn people into gods for the price of days off their lives. But in a world where news is tailored to every viewpoint, will anyone believer her?

A sci-fi superhuman epic from Tim Seeley, the writer of Revival and Grayson, and breakout art sensation Priscilla Petraites!

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BRILLIANT TRASH #1
writer: Tim Seeley
artist: Priscilla Petraites
color: Marco Lesko
cover A: Mike Norton
cover B: Tim Seeley
/ $3.99 / 32 pages / Color /
on sale 11.15.17

AfterShock Preview: Brilliant Trash #1

AfterShock Preview: Brilliant Trash #1

AfterShock Preview: Brilliant Trash #1

AfterShock Preview: Brilliant Trash #1

AfterShock Preview: Brilliant Trash #1


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