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Astro City: Lovers Quarrel (Hardcover)

In this new ASTRO CITY collection, the spotlight falls on Quarrel and Crackerjack as they face a real crisis: what does an aging crimefighter do when time starts to take its toll?

Plus, a look into Quarrel’s origins-and the end of the line for one of Astro City’s most stalwart heroes. And what’s a talking gorilla to do when he’s always wanted to be a drummer in a rock ‘n’ roll band? That’s right, you go to Astro City.

Collects ASTRO CITY #18-21 and 23-24.

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