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Fray comic books issue 3

  • Issue #3A
    Fray (2001) 3A
    Published Aug 2001 by Dark Horse.

    JOSS WHEDON'S FRAY #3 (OF 8) by JOSS WHEDON, KARL MOLINE, and ANDY OWENS; cover by KARL MOLINE As a professional thief, Melaka Fray has seen her share of danger and excitement. But is she ready for the challenges facing a Slayer? This issue, Melaka learns some of the history of the Slayers and comes to understand a little about what it means to her. Ready or not, here she comes! She's taking on the forces of darkness like no one else can. This Fourth of July, Fray has got more fireworks than your Uncle Al's barbecue! ? Joss Whedon, the creator of Buffy the Vampire Slayer, makes his comics debut with this epic, new, eight-issue series! On sale August 1 FC, 32pg (3 of 8) Cover price $2.99.

  • Issue #3B
    Fray (2001) 3B
    Published Jan 2002 by Dark Horse.

    This is the second printing, says second printing inside cover in indicia Cover price $2.99.

  • Issue #3
    Groo Fray of the Gods (2016 Dark Horse) 3

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    Written by Sergio Aragones and Mark Evanier. Art and Cover by Sergio Aragones. What does a god do when his followers stop following? Easy: He makes them follow. Ravenous the Insatiable (one of your greedier gods) and his minions do godlike things to his flock. That is, until the godforsaken warrior named Groo shows up. Then the new order of Ravenous faces a challenge, and all the believers suddenly believe it's time to flee. With lettering by Stan Sakai, coloring by Tom Luth, and yet another actual, real letter column by Evanier, it's a treat for anyone smarter than Groo . . . which is, of course, everyone. 28 pages, full color. Cover price $3.99.

  • Issue #3
    Frayed Ends (2000) 3

    Long Time in Coming: Part 3 of 4 - Story, Art and Cover by Jason Brightman. The critically acclaimed series continues! Incapable of dealing with the harsh exit of the love of his life, Paul has happily embraced avoidance and raised distraction to an art form. But while you can remove nearly anyone from a picture of reality, one person will always remain and not even Paul's eager childhood imaginary friend can ultimately save him from facing himself. 24 pages, B&W. Cover price $2.95.