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Preview- Family Tree #11

“FOREST,” Part Three-In the present, the Hayes and their new ally make their getaway.

In the future, Josh makes a perilous choice to protect his family as Loretta learns more about the Arborists and their felling plan.

Written by Jeff Lemire with art by Phil Hester, Ryan Cody, and Eric Gapstur.

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