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Marvel Preview: Werewolf By Night #3
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Marvel Preview: Werewolf By Night #3

WOLF FIGHT!

Red Wolf and Werewolf by Night battle it out under an Arizona moon! What is the true history of this werewolf curse? Who really runs Life Pharmaceuticals, and what plans do they have for our heroes in that big glass tower?

Werewolf By Night (2020-) #3 (of 4)

Written by Taboo, Benjamin Jackendoff
Art by Scot Eaton, Jeffrey Veregge
Cover by Mike McKone
Release Date: December 30, 2020

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