Top Cow’s Minotaur Press invites you to a Shotgun Wedding
Mike Stone wants nothing more than to marry the woman of his dreams… but the last woman of his dreams wants nothing more than to stop him. This April, the new SHOTGUN WEDDING miniseries from Top Cow’s Minotaur Press imprint will give you a slice of vengeful wedding drama to look forward to each week, all month long.
William Harms (Impaler) and Edward Pun (Ninja High School) introduce an assassin named Mike and his smart, sexy, 2nd-grade-teacher fiancée, Denise. Mike loves Denise more than anything in the world, but Chloe—his first fiance who got left in the lurch—has been plotting her revenge.
“Grosse Pointe Blank is one of my favorite movies. I absolutely love the balance it strikes in tone between Martin’s job—killing people—and how he struggles to reconcile that with the rest of his life,” said Harms. “Ever since that movie came out, I’ve been wanting to write a story about an assassin and then one day a little lightbulb went off in my head and I thought, Imagine if an assassin was going to get married, and on that very special day, all of his enemies showed up… and one them was his ex-fiancée.”
All four issues will come out in April, one a week and will each be available for $3.99. The first issue in the four-issue miniseries SHOTGUN WEDDING arrives in stores on 4/2 and can be pre-ordered using Diamond Code FEB140515.
SHOTGUN WEDDING #2 can be pre-ordered using Diamond Code: FEB140516 and will be available on 4/9. SHOTGUN WEDDING #3 can be pre-orded using Diamond Code: FEB140517 and will be available on 4/16, and SHOTGUN WEDDING #4 can be pre-ordered with Diamond Code: FEB140518 and will be available on 4/23.
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