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After last issue’s startling revelations at The Dam, the girls struggle to survive as Jepperd learns the truth about Project Evergreen. But can he make it back in time to save them? And even if he does, how will he get inside the impenetrable Dam?

“Unnatural Habitats” amps up and heads toward a stunning conclusion you’ll never see coming!

Written by JEFF LEMIRE
Art and cover by JEFF LEMIRE

Price: $2.99
iFanboy Community Pick of the Week Percentage: 2.5%


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  1. I question a man’s toughness when he has a Deer boy and Girl Pig (and not ManBearPig) tattooed on his body. Silly Gopher Boy? That’s tough.

  2. love that cover. reminds me of Vigo in Eastern Promises, with all the russian tattoos all over his body.

  3. Does anyone know when this is supposed to come to an end?

  4. Ummm….loving this book since issue 1. BUT…did anything happen in this issue? They are all separated again…but, did anything actually happen?

    • I thought alot happened this issue from the unveiling of Haggerty , Gus standing up too singh and getting abducted, finding the tribe of people from Evergreen, too the mystery beard guy at the end…yup lots of shit happened

    • I, too, thought it was jam-packed. Awesome edge-of-your-seat stuff here!

    • Maybe it was just my mood when I read it. You are right…BUT…Hagg and the Evergreen crew were last issues’ reveal…not that that changes the argument…

    • But the revealing as to what he did with the people that were there before, as well as setting up the whole sexual pervert thing that seems to be going on, they did a whole bunch with Haggerty. And that’s just one of the characters! I thought this was my favorite issue in a really long time.

  5. Does anyone else get really sad when the animalkids get hurt? It really gets me, every time. Ugh.

    • Indeed. I can’t stand when those little animalkids get hurt. Poor little Billy and little pig girlie. On the other hand, my misanthropic side is filled with sadistic glee when i see the human characters suffer physical damage.

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