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Warrior Nun Areala   (1997)
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Publisher: Antarctic Press

Publication Date: June 1997 - May 1998

Country: United States

Language: English

Six-issue mini-series sequel to the events which happened in "Rituals," written by Barry Lyga and illustrated by Brian Denham and Sam de la Rosa.

Number of issues cataloged: 6

Issue   Title   Story Arc   Cover Date
  Nor A Liar Run, Aware
  May 1998
  Holy Man, Holy Terror Part Two: The Widening Gyre
  March 1998
  Holy Man, Holy Terror
  January 1998
  The Hammer & The Holocaust Chapter 3
  November 1997
  The Hammer & the Holocaust Chapter 2: Still Screaming
  September 1997
  The Hammer and the Holocaust Part One: The Anvil
  June 1997

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