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IDW to publish 'Skybreaker' in print

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IDW Publishing announced today that they will be releasing "Skybreaker" for the first time in print this April. Originally published digitally by Monkeybrain last year, "Skybreaker" is written by Michael Moreci ("Hoax Hunters") with art by Drew Zucker.

According to the publisher:

['Skybreaker'] examines the gritty world of the American west in the most tumultuous of times. Torn between two allegiances Skybreaker is caught in the middle of a rising tide of bloodshed. Betrayed and left for dead, he searches for retribution in the hostile wastelands of the Wild West.

Zucker says of "Skybreaker": "This book is the culmination of a lot of hard work from a lot of different people, but I hope that more than anything it shows that the Western is alive, kicking, and doesn't always need a twist, just some really great characters telling a really good story."

Look for "Skybreaker" in comic shops everywhere this April. To find a comic shop near you, go to www.comicshoplocator.com.

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