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Things We Saw Today: Valiant Comics’ Faith #5 is a U.S. Election-Themed Special, Guest Starring Hillary Clinton

FAITH #5 – Cover by Paolo Rivera

FAITH #5 – Cover by Paolo Rivera

The fifth issue of Valiant Comics’ Faith series will come out on November 2nd, only a few days before voting day here in the United States. In a special election-themed issue, presidential hopeful Hillary Clinton will make an appearance, both on the cover (pictured above) and within the 48-page story itself. (image via Valiant)

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