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Image Comics teaser teaches how to order 'Coffin Bound' #5 out August 5, 2020
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Image Comics teaser teaches how to order ‘Coffin Bound’ #5 out August 5, 2020

Remember to use your phone or the internet to make your Coffin Bound #5 order!

Image Comics has sent press a new teaser for Dan Watters and Dani’s Coffin Bound #5, which is out in comic shops Wednesday, August 5th.

Check out the page below–whichi Dan Watters also tweeted–which tells us all about how comic shops can preorder the new issue:

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Coffin Bound #5

Coffin Bound is a series AIPT reviewer Ritesh Babu called, “a crude and absurd world that promises an intriguing ride through a proactive protagonist and a clear thematic perspective.”

Pick up the latest issue out on August 5!

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