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The Desert Peach #3 (Comic) (Kindle 1 & 2 Special Edition w/ Extras)

really liked it 4.0  ·  Rating Details ·  4 Ratings  ·  1 Review
"I picked up a pile of comics last night for $5 at a yard sale. Some Ross Andru Spideys, a Mysterymen, and two Desert Peachs. There were about forty comics in the stack. I breezed through the balance of them in the time it took me to read those two Peaches. Man your writing is dense. Value for the dollar." --Mark Campos (long-time illustrator for Marvel and DC, and indie ...more
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Published November 20th 2009 by Robot Comics
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Matimate
Jan 24, 2016 Matimate rated it really liked it
Adventures of the Desert Peach brought the long forgotten wtf feeling of how such thing was possible and who cooked it up? I laughed my ass off, while reading this comics. Seriously this thing is pure gold of absurd humor.
Erwin Rommel had brother (this time purely fictional flamingo gay brother) and that is it. Pfirsich had style and showed every cliché of gayness you can come up with, however when situation was dare, he showed very competent combat skills albeit being depressed afterwards, bec
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