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Tony Daniel
Release Date: June 2003

Writer: John Ney Rieber
Pencil: Tony Daniel
Ink: Jonathan Sibal
Colors: Jonathan D. Smith
Letters: Robin Spehar, Dennis Heisler, and Martin Barnes
Pages: 48
Price: $4.99

Is the boy held captive in this Vatican prison cell a madman--or a monster? Either way, Lara's got to set Valya free. Without him, she'll never find the fabled Waters of Life and Death--and her lover, Tsang, will be lost to her forever. But even if she can defeat the deadly robotic Secutor that guards Valya's cell, and in the blighted Siberian wilderness survive a parasitic alien's murderous claws, in the end she will face the greatest threat to her survival and her sanity-- when she sees what her depraved nemesis Lord Vymes has done to her lover Tsang. White-hot artist Tony Daniel (The Tenth, Adrenalyn, Silke) gives us the leanest, meanest, Lara Croft ever to teach a sadistic immortal the true meaning of pain in this special supersized conclusion to 'Strange Flesh'. Don't miss the sizzle!

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