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WonderCon | ‘Doberman’ takes a bite out of crime in July

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Darby Pop, Jeff Kline’s comic imprint that’s distributed by IDW, announced today plans to publish Doberman, the story of a former bad-boy cop who rejoins the force in a quest for vengeance.

“From the minds” of It’s Always Sunny in Philadelphia and Unsupervised producers Rob Rosell and Scott Marder, with writer Jack Lambert and artist Brandon McKinney, the humorous comic will make its debut this July.

“Doberman is the tale of a roundhouse-kicking, beer-shotgunning, Dodge Stealth-driving badass with a badge, shamed into years of personal exile. But, now he’s back, with only one thing on his mind — revenge!” Lambert said in a press release. “Simply put, if Sylvester Stallone, Steven Seagal, and Jean-Claude Van Damme had a child, Frank Doberano (aka Doberman) would be that bastard’s name.”

Check out the full cover by Bernard Chang below.

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The anatomy of the burglar in that cover is all kinds of whack.

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