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Yeah! (1999) #2

Contribution History:
Date User Field Old Value New Value
2006-08-06 00:32:08 Juzzy Synopsis The newest ongoing series from HOMAGE COMICS unites two of comics' most acclaimed creators — Hate's Peter Bagge and Love & Rockets' Gilbert Hernandez — in the ongoing story of the most popular band in the universe! In "Woo Woo, Phone Home," the spaciest grrrl band this side of the Jersey Turnpike gets a taste of intergalactic glamour when they try living on a planet that actually loves their music! But the sweet smell of success turns sour when the alien atmosphere causes unexpected physiological changes in the girls — right before a big concert! Also, meet the missing alien who may have found a cozy home in a suspiciously familiar place back on Earth.
2006-08-06 00:29:03 Juzzy Added Cover Added cover (thumbnail)
2006-08-06 00:29:03 Juzzy Added Cover Added cover (large)

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