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Jeff Lemire, Jock, and ComiXology hype ‘Snow Angels’ for 2021

‘Snow Angels’ is a new ComiXology Originals series from Jeff Lemire and Jock.

Little is known about the project, but likely Snow Angels is going to be a comic you’ll be reading in 2021. A ComiXology Originals series, the upcoming comic book has a trailer that was shared by Jeff Lemire, Jock, and ComiXology today.

ComiXology Originals is one of the hottest lines in comics today having been nominated and winning awards as well as setting up a new distribution deal with Dark Horse Comics to get their digital comics into print.

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A teaser was making the rounds a week or so ago with the graphic below.

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