“THE EMPTY FRAMES,” Part One – Years ago, someone snatched a bunch of priceless paintings from a famous Boston museum. They never turned up, and our man Dead Eyes sniffs money for the taking-and he’s willing to steal from the mob to get it!
Meanwhile, his recent antics have run afoul of the law, and the cops form a task force to trap (or kill!) the masked criminal.
Written by Gerry Duggan with art by John McCrea.
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Requiem is victorious. Infinity has been warped. Reality only has one hope. Rated T+ Written by Gerry Duggan with art by Mike Deodato.