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Issue 2 of the Max Payne comic now available for download

4:00 AM on 06.13.2012 // Liam Fisher

Last month, Marvel and Rockstar released the first issue of their series of Max Payne digital comics in an attempt to fill in some fuzzy spots in the narrative. Issue #1, "After the Fall," took a peek at Max's troubled childhood. Their second jaunt, "Hoboken Blues," digs a good deal deeper into the mess that is Payne's mental state. 

In case you missed it, there's still time to get it on the drawing for a hardcopy of issue #1. Head on over here, fill out the form, cross your fingers, then dive into the second issue. Once again, it's beautifully drawn and the duo of Dan Houser and Sam Lake is no slouch either. Give it a read and let us know what you think!




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