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Oni Preview: Rick and Morty Presents: Krombopulos Michael #1

Discover the roots of Rick’s relationship with the galaxy-trotting killer with no code of ethics

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Learn the secret stories and hidden pasts of your favorite Rick and Morty™ characters in Oni Press’s new quarterly series of one-shots: RICK AND MORTY™ PRESENTS! In this issue, writer Daniel Mallory Ortberg (co-founder of THE TOAST) joins series artists CJ Cannon and Nick Filardi to tell the tale of KROMBOPULOS MICHAEL, the professional assassin who just loves killin’. Discover the roots of Rick’s relationship with the galaxy-trotting killer with no code of ethics: children, animals, old people… it doesn’t matter!

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Rick and Morty Presents: Krombopulos Michael #1
(Writer) Daniel Mallory Ortberg
(Artist) CJ Cannon
(Color) Nick Filardi
(CA) (Cover A) CJ Cannon with Nick Filardi, (Cover B) Andrew MacLean
Age Rating: Young Adult Audiences
Genre: Sci-Fi/Humor
Price: $4.99
Page Count: 40
Release Date: June 20, 2018

Discover the roots of Rick's relationship with the galaxy-trotting killer with no code of ethics

Discover the roots of Rick's relationship with the galaxy-trotting killer with no code of ethics

Discover the roots of Rick's relationship with the galaxy-trotting killer with no code of ethics

Discover the roots of Rick's relationship with the galaxy-trotting killer with no code of ethics

Discover the roots of Rick's relationship with the galaxy-trotting killer with no code of ethics

Discover the roots of Rick's relationship with the galaxy-trotting killer with no code of ethics

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