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‘Planetary’ #27 Previewed

Fans have been waiting a long time for the conclusion to “Planetary,” and now after nearly three years, they can feast their eyes on the end of an era with pages to the final 27th issue online.

The final issue of Warren Ellis and John Cassaday’s “Planetary” are up and ready to be previewed over at Wildstorm’s The Bleed blog. There’s six pages in total, including the cover. Inside those pages, the topic of time travel gets tossed around.

It’ll make your mind hurt in typical Ellis fashion, which is just another way of saying, in typical “Planetary” fashion, I suppose.

One of my own personal time travel reflections is regret that I didn’t pick up the DC Direct “Planetary” action figures for cheap when I saw them at a convention last year.

Perhaps all this time travel business will prove useful to readers as well…

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