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ComicList Features Damaged #1

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Media Release — Radical is proud to announce the official debut of our newest series, Damaged, in association with Full Clip Productions! A gripping crime drama penned by Eisner Award-winner David Lapham, illustrated by Leonardo Manco and produced by Sam Worthington (Avatar), Damaged is not a comic to be missed. Catch it on shelves this August 17th!

Damaged follows the story of estranged brothers Frank and Henry Lincoln, former police officers who choose to follow different paths after a shocking event in their shared past. Torn by conflicting reactions to this event, Frank chooses to uphold justice through the law while Henry sets out on a shady path to enforce a more controversial brand of justice. 35 years pass before Frank Lincoln, now a veteran of the San Francisco PD on the verge of retirement, takes his final case, investigating a string of vigilante killings that stir memories of his long-estranged brother. Meanwhile, Henry, too, approaches retirement, as he finds himself becoming too old to continue his violent lifestyle. With the ends of both brothers’ careers approaching, each attempts to train his replacement, hoping to remake his protégé in his own image; however, the world around them has changed in ways neither could have foreseen, leaving them utterly unprepared for the true lawlessness and corruption they will soon be forced to face.

Don’t forget to ask your local retailer about buying this book at a store near you!

DAMAGED #1
Creators: Michael Schwarz, John Schwarz
Executive producer: Sam Worthington
Writer: David Lapham
Illustrator: Leonardo Manco
Colorists: Kinsun Loh, Jerry Choo, Sansan Saw
Letterer: Todd Klein
Editor: Renae Geerlings
Price: $3.50
Page count: 32
Format: Full color

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