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Frank J. Barbieres White Suits Gets Promoted To Its Own Comic

Frank J. Barbiere's White Suits Gets Promoted To Its Own Comic

In 2012, Dark Horse Presents debuted White Suits, a strip from Frank J Barbiere and Luke Radl Well, in February, it's getting its own forum issue mini-series, now drawn by Toby Cypress Here's how it was described back then; When a young girl trying to scrape by in a crime-ridden late-1980s Moscow ghetto encounters one of[...]