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    Default Masters and Doyle Welcome Readers Into Vertigo's "The Kitchen"

    Ollie Masters and Ming Doyle transport Vertigo to 1970s NYC in "The Kitchen," an 8-issue series described as "Goodfellas" meets "Mob Wives."


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    *SPOILERS* In the end The Punisher turns up and kills them all.

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    That's pretty cool.
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    Looks interesting. May pick this up.

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    Sounds good! I'm always up for a mob story and this one takes place in an awesome time period. I'll wait for the reviews on issue #1 but right now I'm pretty sure I'll buy this.

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    Sold.

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    Bodies, The Names, and now The Kitchen. Vertigo is on a roll!

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    Eh, sounds aight, I'll keep an eye out, preview art looks good but, I'm not sold just yet...
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    That's some nice coloring on those preview pages.

    I'm in.
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