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DC Preview: Books of Magic #21

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DC Preview: Books of Magic #21

Tim Hunter has been pursued by the mysterious organization known as the Cold Flame. But who are they?

From the moment he first discovered magic, Tim Hunter has been pursued by the mysterious organization known as the Cold Flame. But who are they? And why are they so determined to get their hands on the artifact Tim is hunting for, the Book of Possibilities? The answers to those two questions will change Tim’s life forever!

Written by: David Barnett
Pencils: Tom Fowler
Inks: Craig A. Taillefer
Colored by: Marissa Louise
Cover by: Kai Carpenter
Page Count: 23 Pages
Release Date: July 21 2020
Age Rating: 17+ Only

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DC Preview: Books of Magic #21

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DC Preview: Books of Magic #21

DC Preview: Books of Magic #21

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