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Image Comics has sent Major Spoilers a sneak peek of Charlatan Ball #8, Madman Atomic Comics, Vol. 2 trade paperback, and The Walking Dead #59.

CHARLATAN BALL #6
story JOE CASEY, art & cover ANDY SURIANO

24 PAGES, FC, $2.50

ARE YOU READY TO RUUUUUMMMBLE?!
The main event is finally here – and Chuck Amok finds himself in one corner! In the opposite corner: the badazz mofo known only as THUNK! Two psycho-mages enter (well, one mage in this case)… but only one will leave! The wackiness has all led to this – so don’t miss it!

BALL TO THE WALL! WATCH THE PATSY FINALLY GET HIS ON!

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MADMAN ATOMIC COMICS, VOL. 2 TP
story MICHAEL ALLRED, art & cover MICHAEL & LAURA ALLRED

200 PAGES, FC, $19.99

Frank “Madman” Einstein faces his greatest challenge as he searches to find a way to get the love of his life, Josephine Lombard, back to normal after her soul merges with the mutant It Girl. Obstacles include snaky beings from another dimension, failed experiments in secret laboratories, haunted houses, killer robots, and the reboot of a mindless Zombot. Plus: a big bonus section with the usual grab bag of goodies, rare art and process that creator MIKE ALLRED has become celebrated for and an introduction by The Goon’s ERIC POWELL!

Collects issues 8-13.

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THE WALKING DEAD #59
story ROBERT KIRKMAN, art & cover CHARLIE ADLARD & CLIFF RATHBURN

MARCH 11, 32 PAGES, BW, $2.99

Overwhelmed!

RETAILER WARNING: MAY NOT BE SUITABLE FOR ALL AGES

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via Image Comics

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