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Firewake Issue One: Signs by Devon McBride-Wilson

Firewake Issue One: Signs by Devon McBride-Wilson

Firewake Issue One: Signs by Devon McBride-Wilson

Firewake has it pretty good for a cop. After twenty-three years serving with the Addax Police Department, he’s become one of the best detectives in the city. Along the way, he found a loving wife, and they now have excitable twin six year old colts.

But this experience comes with a price. Firewake has recently been saddled with mentoring a junior officer, Zaffa, whose laid-back, reckless, and mare-chasing attitudes have landed himself in hot water one time too many.

In Firewake Issue One, meet the Green Hat Gang, who have mysteriously broken out of prison and have new, more powerful spells well above their Level. Firewake is called away from his family – on a rare day off – to help investigate and fight the gang, who have been robbing banks across Addax. Can he stop them in time, and find out just who employed them?



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Firewake Issue One: Signs by Devon McBride-Wilson

Style: Comic Book

Size: 6.7 x 9.75

Print: Color Cover - Color Interior

Pages: 36

Parental Rating: Teen Readers

Publication Date: January 2020

ISBN: 9781624751462

UPC/EAN: 9781624751462





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