|Three Days in Europe|
Cover of the trade paperback
|Publication date||November 2002 - April 2003|
|No. of issues||5|
|Written by||Antony Johnston|
|Three Days in Europe||ISBN 1-929998-72-4|
Three Days in Europe is a five-issue mini-series by Antony Johnston and Mike Hawthorne, published by Oni Press between November 2002 and April 2003.
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