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Better late than never – Image Comics had a little snafu in getting last week’s sneak peeks out the door, but they are here now, and we’re happy to share them with you, our valued and all important readers.

Take the jump for a look at Mr. Universe, Phonogram 2: The Singles Club #2, and Proof #19, all arriving in stores this week.

MR. UNIVERSE (ONE-SHOT)
story VASSILIS GOGTZILAS & K.I. ZACHOPOULOS, art & cover VASSILIS GOGTZILAS

32 PAGES, FC, $3.50

Everybody needs Mr. Universe -– the superhero whose adventures ring throughout the cosmos! Day and night, he watches over the city, offering help to the helpless! Without the luxury of a secret identity, unable to remain invisible among the crowds, he continues to fulfill his duty! Mr. Universe! The restless superhero! At least, that’s what Tommy thought…

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PHONOGRAM 2: THE SINGLES CLUB #2 (OF 7)
story KIERON GILLEN, art & cover JAMIE McKELVIE

32 PAGES, FC, $3.50

Getting over an ex is never easy. When they’ve laid a phonomantic curse on you, it borders on the impossible. In the second of seven stand-alone stories set in a single club, PHONOGRAM’s cynical heart cracks wide open. PLUS two complete back-up stories with art from EMMA VIECELI (HAMLET, COMIC BOOK TATTOO) and DANIEL HEARD (COMIC BOOK TATTOO, CHIMPLANTS).”

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PROOF #19
story ALEX GRECIAN, art & cover RILEY ROSSMO

32 PAGES, FC, $3.50

“JULIA,” Part Two! There’s a killer loose in Victorian England and Scotland Yard suspects Proof’s friends. Is the killer a circus performer? Meanwhile, the woman Proof loves chooses another man!

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