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You need this.
A mysterious land of history and color.
PULL: This is a comic that will keep you wondering, what's next. I would add this to your local comic shop pull list so you don't miss an issue!
IN SHOPS: March 8 2017

Well, Matt Kindt has done it again. He has gotten me to add another comic to my must pull list. This book comes alive with the art and colors of Tyler Jenkins. By far this is one of the best looking books I’ve picked up in a while. What I loved about this book is how it sets us up with the history of the town in the first few pages.

We are then taken on a tour of the town from modern day, and assuming that we were introduced to a Native American past, this will probably come into play later. You find out that the town is small, and they don’t like outsiders. We also find out that there is a brother in town that doesn’t seem to have a full set of tools. If you know what I mean.

I’m really excited to see where we go with this, and what adventures are going to happen. I would tell you to add this to your pull list, but if you’ve read it you’ve already done it.

Synopsis:From The New York Times bestselling writer Matt Kindt (Mind MGMT) and Peter Panzerfaust artist Tyler Jenkins comes a rural mystery series chronicling the tragic lives of the Grass Kings, three brothers and rulers of a trailer park kingdom, a fiefdom of the hopeless and lost, of the desperate poor seeking a promised land. Eldest brother Robert leads a grief-stricken life, having lost his daughter to a tragic accident, followed by his wife disappearing one morning never to return. When an enigmatic young woman named Maria flees to their community in search of safe haven, Robert takes her in. Will his decision lead to ruin and retribution dooming the Kingdom? Perfect for fans of Justified or The Fade Out. Oversized first issue featuring 30 pages of story!
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