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Image Comics has sent Major Spoilers a sneak peek of Astounding Wolf-Man #17, Chew #2, and The Sword #18.  All the issues arrive next week, and you can see them after the jump.

ASTOUNDING WOLF-MAN #17
story ROBERT KIRKMAN, art & cover JASON HOWARD, variant cover IAN CHURCHILL

32 PAGES, FC, $2.99

“LOCKDOWN,” Part Three
Stronghold prison is under attack! Wolf-Man must now face his most deadly adversary yet! Everything changes as we enter the next stage in Wolf-Man’s life – leading up to the monumental issue 25! That is, if Wolf-Man survives the battle.

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CHEW #2
story JOHN LAYMAN, art & cover ROB GUILLORY

32 PAGES, FC, $2.99

It’s Tony Chu’s first day on the job as a federal agent for the FDA, the most powerful law-enforcement agency on the planet. He’s got a new partner who thinks he knows everything, a boss who hates his guts for no good reason, and his first order of business is to eat a decomposing finger found in a fast food cheeseburger. By the end of the day, Tony will ingest rancid sushi, face Yakuza assassins and meet the girl of his dreams. It’s all in a day’s work for Tony Chu, in the latest chapter of “Chew,” a deliciously unsettling new comic about cops, crooks, cooks, cannibal and clairvoyants.

RETAILER WARNING: MAY NOT BE SUITABLE FOR ALL AGES

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THE SWORD #18
story JOSHUA LUNA, art & cover JONATHAN LUNA

32 PAGES, FC, $2.99

Dara’s battle with the earth-god Knossos finally comes to an end, but in a way she and even Knossos never expected.

RETAILER WARNING: MAY NOT BE SUITABLE FOR ALL AGES

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