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Full Color | 72 Screens | Issue 1 Johnny stares at his newborn son, a dying wife, and a demon's talisman and agrees to a macabre deal. Now he must relive a day from his teenage years before he met his wife. Can he uncover her secret past and prevent the selling of her soul in only 24 hours?
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Full Color | 76 Screens | Issue 2 Johnny stares at his newborn son, a dying wife, and a demon's talisman and agrees to a macabre deal. Now he must relive a day from his teenage years before he met his wife. Can he uncover her secret past and prevent the selling of her soul in only 24 hours?
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Full Color | 78 Screens | Issue 3 Johnny stares at his newborn son, a dying wife, and a demon's talisman and agrees to a macabre deal. Now he must relive a day from his teenage years before he met his wife. Can he uncover her secret past and prevent the selling of her soul in only 24 hours?
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4 Stories! "The Art of Balance": Finding it diffcult to balance his new role as Dragon Warrior with his old job in his dad's Noodle Shop, Po fears he cannot handle his mounting responsibilities. Can Master Shifu help Po find his balance, or will he walk away from kung fu forever? Also includes: "One Set of Horns vs. 200 Bandits", "The Dragon Chef", and "Touch of Destiny".
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"Operation: Wonder From Down Under part 1: When the Central Park Zoo acquired a rare Duck-billed Platypus, the Penguins see a threat to their popularity. But when they discover that the Platypus has been forced to abandon a nest full of eggs back in Australia, our heroes launch a daring escape and dedicate themselves to returning their companion to her native land... wherever that may be. Does anybody have an atlas? A whirlwind globetrotting adventure that takes the (occasionally direction-averse) Penguins to exotic new locales, from the lush Amazon Rainforest to the frozen Russian Tundra, as they encounter strange new friends and learn never to judge a book by its cover. Petey the Pestilence part 1: A bratty kid is tormenting the zoo animals. He knocked King Julian's crown off with a banana peel and hits Mort with an apple core (No one was really bothered by that). When Kowalski, Rico, Private and Skipper become the target of this tiny terror, it's time for Petey to get some of what he's dishing out, Penguin style! Rico's Remedy: Rico's crucial ability to gag-up tools on cue goes on the fritz, leaving the Penguins without one of their most valued assets. What's wrong with Rico? The Penguins must diagnose their ailing ally ASAP!"
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Stranded in Brazil, Skipper enlists the help of some unusual locales, including a snake named Jose who is anything but, in order to reunite his dispersed team of penguin paratroopers, but will the mission diversion keep them from completing their original objective of returning Mia, the duck-billed platypus, to her native home of Australia?
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In “Operation: Weakest Link”, the Penguins are amazing as a cohesive unit… but what happens when you split them up? Skipper’s new training exercise pairs each of the four Penguins with a DIFFERENT resident of the New York Zoo. Who can work best with one of those ‘other’ animals in a capture-the-flag challenge? …Who wants to draw straws for Julien? And in “Rico’s Bad Day”, an entire story featuring Rico in his own solo adventure! We can promise one thing… It all ends with a BANG!
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28 Pages of classic RICHIE RICH comics and stories! The cover and lead story have been digitally recolored. Join Richie, Reggie, Gloria and the gang on their adventures for only 99-cents! You'll feel like a million bucks!
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Full Color | Issue 2 of 4 Art by Justin Bleep Written by Ken Marcus Colors by Joey Mason Letters by Jacque Nodell The Human Resources department of Super Crises International includes all the ordinary folks behind the comic panels that keep your favorite heroes up and running. They file expense reports for hovercrafts, refill the coffee filters, FedEx out the anti-matter nullifiers and clean up the conference rooms after crossovers gone horribly wrong. In other words, Super Crises International is pretty much like the office you work at. Only stir in a boat-load of circus freaks, with capes, claws and radioactive half-lives. Or as we like to call them, "your co-workers." Welcome to Super Human Resources. Your cube is right this way. "If you ever had a job, Super Human Resources is FUNNY. If you ever liked superheroes, Super Human Resources is VERY FUNNY." - Joe Kelly (Spider-Man, Action Comics, JLA, Deadpool.) "This might be the funniest comic book Man has ever produced. Highly recommended and I give it an A." - Jeff Marsick, Newsarama Best Shots. "Just when you think all possible avenues of the super-hero genre have been covered and recycled to death, a work like this sneaks on by to yank out your funny bone and hit you over the head with it." - Richard Caldwell, ComicNews.Info
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