A Foregone Tomorrow

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The Mimic

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WRITTEN BY BRIAN
AZZARELLO;
ART BY EDUARDO RISSO, FRANK MILLER, JIM LEE,
DAVE GIBBONS, J.G. JONES, PAUL POPE, TIM BRADSTREET, LEE BERMEJO, JOE JUSKO,
JORDI BERNET, AND MARK CHIARELLO;
PAINTED COVER BY DAVE JOHNSON
In stores June 19. The fourth collection
of the critically-acclaimed VERTIGO series by Brian Azzarello and Eduardo Risso
is here. The story of Agent Graves, Mr. Shepherd, and the mysterious
Minutemen continues in this volume reprinting 100 BULLETS #20-30. More light is
shed on the history of the Minutemen and the organization that created them,
what is planned for their future, and the conflict between Graves and the Trust
that lies at the heart of everything. For more information, see the feature
article.
MATURE READERS
SC, 7×10, 264pg, FC

Publication date: [August] 2002

The Mimic

Mr. Shepherd and Benito discuss the reemergence of the Minutemen while a gangwar brought about by Spain occurs around them.

Sellfish & Out to Sea Part One

Jack Daw receives a magic gun.

Sellfish & Out to Sea Part Two

Jack Daw becomes a serial killer with his magic gun.

Red Prince Blues Part One

The Trust returns to Atlantic City.

Red Prince Blues Part Two

Agent Graves and Cole prepare for a strike against the Trust. Mr. Shepherd introduces Benito to Dizzy.

Red Prince Blues Conclusion

The Trust meets in Atlantic City to discuss the future. Meanwhile Cole murders Daniel Peres.

Mr. Branch & the Family Tree

Echo Memoria poses as a prostitute in order to interrogate Mr. Branch about the Trust.

Idol Chatter

Agent Graves speaks with an unnamed Joe DiMaggio about the deaths of Marilyn Monroe and John F. Kennedy. He also gives Milo Garret an attache.

Mr. Shepherd & Dizzy track down Wylie Times.

Wylie is forced to smuggle contraband across the Mexican border.

Wylie and Dizzy return from Mexico. Mr. Shepherd hints that Wylie was a Minuteman.

NB: This item is in a used condition.