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Tuesday, January 13, 2004
  The Case For Being Unable To Wait For The Trade
Also from Dark Horse's April solicitations:


On sale April 21, FC, 32pg, $2.99

Warning!! Dark Horse takes no responsibility for bodily injuries sustained while reading The Moth #1. The unbridled action spilling from the pages are an understandable consequence of teaming (penciler) Steve Rude, and (writer/ inker) Gary Martin together. So if you get punched in the eye because you’re holding this comic too close, don’t come crying to us! In this issue, The Moth runs smack into the face of trouble, in the form of his archrival, Nestor the bounty hunter. Check out the picture of Nestor, in the dictionary definition of the word scum!

Steve Rude's The Moth is an ongoing series?  Why wasn't I informed??

UPDATE: OK, according to this Dark Horse press release, The Moth is only a limited series.  In that case, maybe I can wait for the trade after all. Except I already pre-ordered the "double-sized" special, which I bet will end up being included in the eventual trade.  Argh!
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