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Written in English


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Edition Notes

Other titlesOpening moves
Statementstory by Adam P. Knave & D.J. Kirkbride ; art and cover by Nick Brokenshire ; letters and logo design by Frank Cvetkoviv
ContributionsKirkbride, D. J., author, Brokenshire, Nick, artist, Cvetkoviv, Frank, letterer
Classifications
LC ClassificationsPN6728.O496 K63 2017
The Physical Object
Pagination124 pages
Number of Pages124
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL26941246M
ISBN 101506702503
ISBN 109781506702506
LC Control Number2017018758
OCLC/WorldCa987070555

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