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Crimson & Rascal #2 (Physical)

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Pages: 16

Rascal’s Retail Wrath is the second chapter of Crimson & Rascal. The story is written and illustrated by Peter Wilson.

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Crimson & Rascal #2 (Physical)

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Rascal’s Retail Wrath is the second chapter of Crimson & Rascal. The story is written and illustrated by Peter Wilson.

The story starts with Crimson Crusader and Red Rascal outside the supermarket called Cents-Less. As they go in, Roach Girl tries to goad them into action but Crimson is uninterested. Rascal, on the other hand, gets a crush on her. Roach Girl tries another approach, seducing Crimson into a forbidden relationship. Crimson rebukes at the idea, but Rascal stays with her.

1 review for Crimson & Rascal #2 (Physical)

  1. Spedsy

    Peter Wilson makes good comics. His stories are fun and his art is pretty – not sure what more you could ask for.

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