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First Look: Moon-Thing backup story from AHOY Comics' Bronze Age Boogie #5
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First Look: Moon-Thing backup story from AHOY Comics’ Bronze Age Boogie #5

In comic shops on new comic book day August 21st!

Who is MOON-THING?! He makes his debut in the backup story of BRONZE AGE BOOGIE #5 on sale next week presented by Tom Peyer and written by Stuart Moore with art by Shawn Crystal (DEADPOOL, BATMAN) and color art by Lee Loughridge.

First Look: Moon-Thing backup story from AHOY Comics' Bronze Age Boogie #5

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First Look: Moon-Thing backup story from AHOY Comics' Bronze Age Boogie #5

First Look: Moon-Thing backup story from AHOY Comics' Bronze Age Boogie #5

First Look: Moon-Thing backup story from AHOY Comics' Bronze Age Boogie #5

AHOY’s grindhouse sensation puts the pedal to the metal and speeds toward a shocking climax! Barbarians vs. Martians! Father vs. son! Ape vs. certain death! All this plus a lurking horror from beneath the sea! Also, in a special back-feature with art by Shawn Crystal (Deadpool): Can you figure out WHO IS THE MOON-THING? And the customary AHOY prose stories.

First Look: Moon-Thing backup story from AHOY Comics' Bronze Age Boogie #5

Bronze Age Boogie #5
Writer: Stuart Moore
Artist: Alberto Ponticelli, Shawn Crystal
Cover: Alberto Ponticelli
Release Date: August 21, 2019

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