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4 KIDS WALK INTO A BANK #1

Written by: Matthew Rosenberg

Art by: Tyler Boss

Lettered by: Thomas Mauer

A fun crime caper about children! Eleven-year-old Paige and her weirdo friends have a problem: a gang of ex-cons need her dad’s help on a heist… the problem is those ex-cons are morons. If Paige wants to keep her dad out of trouble, she’s going to have to pull off the heist herself. Like Wes Anderson remaking Reservoir Dogs, 4 KIDS WALK INTO A BANK is a very dark & moderately humorous story about friendship, family, growing up, and grand larceny.

WHAT ARE PEOPLE SAYING?
“There are any number of things I could say about 4 Kids, about Matthew Rosenberg’s sharp, smart writing or Tyler Boss’ elegant and evocative art, and it’d be praise, all of it, but the highest praise I can give is this — it kicks ass. It kicks ass so thoroughly that I want issue 2, and I want it now. I can’t think of a higher compliment I can pay to any serialized story.”
– GREG RUCKA (Lazarus, Black Magick)“4 Kids Walk Into A Bank? More like Charles walks into a book he really likes. Maybe it’s both! It’s definitely both.”
– CHARLES SOULE (Daredevil, Death of Wolverine)“You absolutely do NOT want to miss 4 KIDS WALK INTO A BANK this April. Rosenberg & Boss are BRILLIANT. It’s easily the best comic I’ve read so far this year.”
JAMES TYNION IV (Batman & Robin Eternal, The Woods)

“A great little dark comedy about the actual violence and menace that we sometimes forget is essential to the experience of middle school. It’s like Wes Anderson had a nightmare after getting peer-pressured into eating a cheesesteak.”
ALEX RUBENS (Writer KEY & PEELE, COMMUNITY, KEANU)

“4 KIDS WALK INTO A BANK is like Charles Shulz meets Dog Day Afternoon. Great comics.”
STEVE ORLANDO (Midnighter, Virgil)

“No competition, best comic of the year already.”
RYAN FERRIER (D4VE, Kennel Block Blues)

“Your favorite book of 2016 is almost here. 4 KIDS WALK INTO A BANK is the truth.”
ALEX PAKNADEL (Arcadia, Turncoat)