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[EXCLUSIVE] Vertigo Preview: Deathbed #5

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[EXCLUSIVE] Vertigo Preview: Deathbed #5

What do you want to be when you grow up? For Antonio Luna…it was everything.

What do you want to be when you grow up? For Antonio Luna…it was everything. He wanted to do it all, so he became a race car driver, a masked wrestler, an artist, a baseball player, a spy and countless other careers. But there was one life goal he never fulfilled…the one that got away. Now, for Luna to solve the mystery of who killed his friends and family, he will have to voyage to the one place he swore he never would return to and achieve his long-lost dream…even if it kills him.

Deathbed #5
Written by: Joshua Williamson and Ivan Plascencia
Art by: Riley Rossmo
Release Date: June 20, 2018

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[EXCLUSIVE] Vertigo Preview: Deathbed #5

[EXCLUSIVE] Vertigo Preview: Deathbed #5

[EXCLUSIVE] Vertigo Preview: Deathbed #5

[EXCLUSIVE] Vertigo Preview: Deathbed #5

[EXCLUSIVE] Vertigo Preview: Deathbed #5

[EXCLUSIVE] Vertigo Preview: Deathbed #5

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