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Nashville, TN (February 22, 2010) -- Country star Trace Adkins'action-packed comic book adventure ends with a bang when the final issue of the LUKE McBAIN mini-series is released on Wednesday, February 24.  
Issue #4 gives readers the showdown they've been waiting for, as McBain risks everything to face-off against his brother, Paul to save the family business and the town.  That showdown will also reveal McBain's big secret that sent him to prison 14 years ago. 
Brisk sales continue for the first three issues and early projections are that Issue #4  could outsell the previous release, a rare occurrence in the comic book market.
"It's been an honor working with Trace Adkins on LUKE McBAIN," says 12 Gauge Comics Publisher Keven Gardner, who created the action/thriller story with acclaimed comic book writer David Tischman.  "Trace's likeness gave real life to the Luke McBain character and we're very thrilled with the success."
All four issues will be available in thousands of comic book stores nationwide while supplies last and can be purchased online at and
Adkins is currently co-headlining the "Shine All Night" tour with powerhouse vocalist, Martina McBridethrough April. 
For more news and a complete list of concert dates,  visit

PRESS CONTACT: Schatzi Hageman, Hot Schatz PR


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