Angry Birds

Welcome to the Flock

Vol 1, #1-4
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Join Eisner-nominated creators Jeff Parker and Paul Tobin as they lead the flock through wild adventures across the birds' island home. The Angry Birds are on the move by air, land, and sea in this exciting volume that collects the first four issues of the series!
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Dec 3, 2014
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