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31 is a spy, who has no name. When his cover is blown, and his sister is taken hostage, he must rely on his past training to save her. He returns to the states with a vengeance to protect not just her, but his integrity as a black ops operative. After being disbanded, he turns to private consulting for money, however when the Cuban incident goes public as does his identity, he is forced back in to the spy game to save his life.
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31 is a spy, who has no name. When his cover is blown, and his sister is taken hostage, he must rely on his past training to save her. He returns to the states with a vengeance to protect not just her, but his integrity as black ops. After being disbanded, he turns to private consulting for money, however when the Cuban incident goes public as does his identity, he is forced back in to the spy game to save his life.
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Ethan Shade was one of the most inept, third string supervillains on Earth. But now he may be the last supervillain on Earth. During a month long war, the world's superheroes banded together and wiped out the villains with the exception of Shade, who quickly went into hiding, fearing for his life. But he soon realized that no one was looking for him. No one was hunting him. No one seemed to know he even existed, and Shade was more than happy to let that continue. He planned to take down one last bank, pick up a major score, and then leave the country. But the robbery doesn't quite go as planned, and at the end, Shade had accidentally murdered a popular local superhero, and goes on the run, the target of the world's largest manhunt. Under the direction of the holographic version of his old mentor, the diabolical supervillain Doctor Winter, Shade tries to escape from the long arm of justice, but seeing as he's pretty terrible at being a villain, things don't go according to plan. As he races for his life, and accidentally compounds his crimes over and over again, Shade realizes that he's at the centre of a web of deception orchestrated by the world's smartest evil genius, and must try to turn things around for himself before it's too late.
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Ethan Shade was one of the most inept, third-string supervillains on Earth. But now he may be the last supervillain on Earth. Buring a month long war, the world's superheroes banded together and wiped out the villains with exception of Shade, who quickly went into hiding, fearing for his life. But he soon realized that no one was looking for him. No one was hunting him. No one seemed to know he existed, and Shade was more than happy to let that continue. He planned to take down one last bank, pick up a major score, and then leave the country. But the robbery doesn't quite go as planned, and at the end, Shade had accidentally murdered a popular local superhero, and goes on the run, the target of the world's largest manhunt. Under the direction of the holographic version of his old mentor, the diabolical supervillain Doctor Winter, Shade tries to escape from the long arm of justice, but seeing as he's pretty terrible at being a villain, things don't go according to plan. As he races for his life, and accidentally compounds his crimes over and over again, Shade realizes that he's at the centre of a web of deception orchestrated by the world's smartest evil genius, and must try to turn things around for himself before it's too late.
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Ethan Shade was one of the most inept, third-string supervillains on Earth. But now he may be the last supervillain on Earth. During a month-long war, the world's superheroes banded together and wiped out the villains with the exception of Shade, who quickly went into hiding, fearing for his life. But, he soon realized that no one was looking for him. No one was hunting him. No one seemed to know he even existed, and Shade was more than happy to let that continue. He planned to take down one last bank, pick up a major score, and then leave the country. But the robbery doesn't quite go as planned. At the end, Shade had accidentally murdered a popular local superhero, and goes on the run; the target of the world's largest manhunt. Under the direction of the holographic version of his old mentor, the diabolical supervillain Doctor Winter, Shade tries to escape from the long arm of justice, but seeing as he's pretty terrible at being a villain, things don't go according to plan. As he races for his life, and accidentally compounds his crimes over and over again, Shade realizes that he's at the centre of a web of deception orchestrated by the world's smartest evil genius, and must try to turn things around for himself before it's too late.
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Ethan Shade was one of the most inept, third-string supervillains on Earth. But now he may be the last supervillain on Earth. During a month long war, the world’s superheroes banded together and wiped out the villains with the exception of Shade, who quickly went into hiding, fearing for his life. But he soon realized that no one was looking for him. No one was hunting him. No one seemed to know he even existed, and Shade was more than happy to let that continue. He planned to take down one last bank, pick up a major score, and then leave the country. But the robbery doesn’t quite go as planned, and at the end, Shade had accidentally murdered a popular local superhero, and goes on the run, the target of the world’s largest manhunt. Under the direction of the holographic version of his old mentor, the diabolical supervillain Doctor Winter, Shade tries to escape from the long arm of justice, but seeing as he’s pretty terrible at being a villain, things don’t go according to plan. As he races for his life, and accidentally compounds his crimes over and over again, Shade realizes that he’s at the centre of a web of deception orchestrated by the world’s smartest evil genius, and must try to turn things around for himself before it’s too late.
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Broken is the story of Quinn Baker, orphaned by violence at a young age. After his parents are murdered in a seedy back alley, Quinn is taken in by a career criminal and mob enforcer named Big Mike, who teaches him the survival skills necessary to live in the criminal underworld. As he gets older, growing up in the shadow of Big Mike and his criminal lifestyle, Quinn begins to put together a plan of his own. What Big Mike doesn’t know can most definitely hurt him.
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Igor and his partner Mr. Frank investigate the home of Mr. Ward, who believes his house may be haunted. Upon investigation they discover a secret laboratory and a mysterious hole in the floor. They soon find out that the previous owner has unleashed an Elder God -- a tentacled Lovecraftian horror. Mr. Frank uses the electricity inside his body to distract the creature while Igor, using a copy of De Vermis Mysteriis, casts a spell to send the monstrosity back beyond space and time.
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The Son of God returned to Earth? Check. Flesh eating zombies consuming everything in their paths? Check. President Lincoln shot forward through time to find himself in the midst of this madness? Heck yeah! A renegade zombie angel Hell bent on bringing about the end of the world? Um, yep. Werewolves? Sure. Zombie werewolves? Just what kind of book is this? Why, it's "Jesus Hates Zombies featuring Lincoln Hates Werewolves: Yea, Though I Walk...", the smash indie hit collected for the first time in one massive tome! And as a bonus, enjoy the one-shot "Happy Panda Funtime Show" that has major ties to the Jesus Hates Zombies universe!
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On Mars nothing’s impossible. Which is great if you’re an artist or a dreamer. But Farmer Murdock is one of the planet’s most hardboiled detectives, and as such he’s spent his entire career cleaning up messes that Earth never could’ve imagined. Lucky for Murdock, he’s only got one more mission before he’s free to spend the rest of his days sitting on the beach, digging his toes into red sand, and drinking himself into a stupor. The catch? Murdock’s been tasked with assassinating two of the planet’s most beloved statesmen. Oh, and he has to do it in the planet’s most popular nightclub. Written by Allen Drinkwater and illustrated by Manny Hernaez, OMNI: A God-Awful, Small Affair is twenty-six pages of neon grime, rock’n’roll science fiction, and miraculous violence.
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