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Back in March 2010, Ghostface Killah, Raekwon and Method Man joined forces as a formal trio to drop the Wu-Massacre project. Although the album was a bit rushed, it still had some fresh joints (see: “Miranda”) and was released with three collector’s edition, comic inspired covers. There was also supposed to be a corresponding comic book/graphic novel that was never released, but Animal NY got their hands on its unpublished pages, minus any bubble dialogue.

The characters were created by Alex Haldi and the book was illustrated by the renowned Chris Bachalo. For those who may be confused, Meth is the guy in the red hoodie, Rae is the dude in the sunglasses who likes to use knives and Ghost Deini is the cat with the mask. 

Check out all the panels, and try to figure out the story being told, in the gallery.


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Photos: Chris Bachalo

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