Virtually Yours Writer: Jeremy HoltArt & Colors: Elizabeth BealsLetters: Adam WolletEdits: Kat VendettiDesign: Tim DanielsComixology Spoiler-Free review Virtually Yours is a story of love found online through apps, where meeting that special someone is reduced to the same effort one...
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Another high-quality story from the modern master of war, Garth Ennis.
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Great art drives a story that has not yet hit its stride in this debut issue from Dynamite Entertainment.
Vault Comics assembles a damn good creative team for a pretty damn good debut issue.
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