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From Eisner Award-winning writer Greg Rucka and acclaimed artist Matthew Southworth comes a new STUMPTOWN mystery!

When Mim Bracca, guitar player for the Portland-based rock group Tailhook, returns home from a long tour, she finds not everything made it back with her. Can P.I. Dex Parios track down her missing baby?

Story by Greg Rucka
Art by Matthew Southworth
Colors by Rico Renzi
Cover by Matthew Southworth

Price: $3.99
iFanboy Community Pick of the Week Percentage: 2.4%


markavo09/15/12NoRead Review
Avg Rating: 4.5
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  1. Hadf no idea there was new Stumptown this week! Yay! Shall have to pop into my LCS tomorrow and get him to put it aside…

  2. I had no idea this was happening either.

  3. I wonder what schedule, if any, that this will be on. The last one was over designed in areas and under designed in others and behind schedule.

    • I recall Rucka mentioning somewhere – probably a WordBalloon interview – that he wasn’t going to solicit the book until they had a bunch of issues in the can. Hope that’s the case.

  4. Oni’s stuff is day-and-date digital, right?

  5. Loved the last series despite the lateness, this should hopefully be fantastic as well.

  6. Comics are the worst drug ever. You get a hit and then you have to wait for a month for another one. And not because you don’t have the money to pay for it, but because it takes a month to manufacture that one batch.
    What I’m saying is… I NEED the next issue.

    PS Kids, don’t do drugs.

  7. I betting POTW

  8. I haven’t read the first volume…anybody that’s read this, could you tell me if this would spoil that first volume?

    • this first issue didn’t spoil anything but you’ll appreciate the character more if you read the first volume. there are some references to characters from the first series that you won’t understand.

  9. Picked this up based on a comment Gabriel Hardman made on Twitter. What a pleasant surprise! Planning on picking up the first volume and can’t wait to pick up the next issue.

  10. A fine character, Dex is. The artwork & character blend signifigantly well. A special book.

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