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Local (2005) - #5
"The Last Lonely Days at the Oxford Theatre"
Oni Press

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Cover Date: April 2006
Cover Price: US $ 2.99

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Format: Black & White; Standard Comic Issue; 32 pages

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After the traumatic events Megan survived in the last story, we next find her as the sole employee at a run-down arthouse movie theatre tucked way up north in Halifax, Nova Scotia. Lost in her own head, she joins the small but loyal crowd of patrons that gather each night for the second-run films, learning that the stories of the moviegoers themselves can, more often than not, rival what's up on the big screen.

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