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Marvel Preview: Defenders: The Best Defense #1

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Marvel Preview: Defenders: The Best Defense #1

“THE BEST DEFENSE” FINALE!

“THE BEST DEFENSE” FINALE! The lost Atlanteans. The Train. The bedsheet man. Dead Steve. The Stock Exchange of Souls. Trust us, it all makes sense. In fact, it makes enough sense to destroy our entire solar system…unless four very different heroes can come together to stop it.

Written by: Al Ewing
Art by: Joe Bennett
Cover by: Ron Garney
Page Count: 33 Pages
Age Rating: 12+ Only
Release Date: December 19 2018

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Marvel Preview: Defenders: The Best Defense #1

Marvel Preview: Defenders: The Best Defense #1

Marvel Preview: Defenders: The Best Defense #1

Marvel Preview: Defenders: The Best Defense #1

Marvel Preview: Defenders: The Best Defense #1

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