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Nearly a decade later, David Lapham’s Stray Bullets is making a revival. The last comic in the series was released in 2005 and it has finally once again become financially viable for Lapham to bring back the crime series.
Stray Bullets returns in March with Stray Bullets #41 as well as a new story arc starting with "Killers" #1. A freshly collected edition of issues #1-#41, "The Uber Alles Edition," published by Image Comics will also be released in addition to the complete digital catalogue of issues #1-#40, according to Comic Book Resources. The digital catalogue will be released on December 17 allowing readers to refresh their memory of the story line. Issues #1 through #4 will be available for free until March when “Killers” #1 is released.
"Stray Bullets to me is a format for telling my stories,” Lapham told the press, according to The Hollywood Reporter. "Every issue is a complete tale in itself ranging from traditional noir to emotional drama, comedy, action, suspense, even surreal nonsense.”
The official release date for Stray Bullets #41, Stray Bullets: The Uber Alles Edition and Stray Bullets: The Killers #1 is March 12.