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Dynamite Preview: The Death of Nancy Drew #1
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Dynamite Preview: The Death of Nancy Drew #1

This gritty and stylish story is a noir that will attract fans of Nancy Drew of all ages.

Teen detectives Frank and Joe Hardy have investigated many crimes in their lives, but nothing that hits this close to home. Their best friend died mysteriously after taking down a major crime organization. They must put together the clues to uncover the truth about this shocking crime, but the clues lead them to a stunningly unexpected direction!

Written by Ringo-nominated writer Anthony Del Col (Kill Shakespeare, Luke Cage) and with art by Eisner-award winner Joe Eisma (Morning Glories, Riverdale), this gritty and stylish story is a noir that will attract fans of Nancy Drew of all ages.

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The Death of Nancy Drew #1

Writer: Anthony Del Col
Artist: Joe Eisma
covers: Joe Eisma (A), Joe Eisma (RI/BW), Joe Eisma (RI/Virgin), Joe Eisma (RI/BW Virgin)
FC | 32 pages | Mystery | $3.99 | Teen+
Release Date: June 3, 2020

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