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This is it! Humanity's final verdict is delivered in Exodus 2061, the end of Kim Krizan's 2061 saga! Also in this issue, Bryce Carlson and MR. STUFFINS artist Axel Medellin Machain count the numbers in Population Control!
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Mr. Stuffins #1 "My teddy bear's a secret agent!" When a scientist succeeds in creating Artificial Intelligence, he discovers to his horror that the government plans on making it a weapon. On the run, he hides the program inside a mechanical toy bear. An unsuspecting family buys the toy bear and a little boy discovers a new best friend - a cute, cuddly toy bear who's got all the moves of James Bond!
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Mr. Stuffins #3 "My teddy bear's a secret agent!" This is it! What everyone's been waiting for: a teddy bear vs. the huge military robot smackdown! The fate of the Tyler family rests in Mr. Stuffins hands...er, paws. Paws of fury that is!
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Mr. Stuffins #2 "My teddy bear's a secret agent!" In this issue, the action continues as Mr. Stuffins fights for his family with all the power a plush toy can.
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My teddy bear's a secret agent!” When a scientist succeeds in creating Artificial Intelligence, he discovers to his horror that the government plans on making it a weapon. On the run, he hides the program inside a mechanical toy bear. An unsuspecting family buys the toy bear and a little boy discovers a new best friend – a cute, cuddly toy bear who's got all the moves of James Bond! Chaos, fun, and mayhem ensue, from the creator of EUREKA Andrew Cosby and EUREKA writer Johanna Stokes!
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Cthulhu Tales #8 Two stories to blow your mind past the mountains of madness. Matthew McLean's THEATER OF THE EMPTY EYE takes one step for man, one giant leap toward tentacled Elder Gods while Christine Boylan's THE ELITE spotlights a man who tries to right his past.
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Cthulhu Tales #9 Science goes wrong--real wrong in THE ZOO by Raven Gregory and Sergio Carrera. Then Sam Costello's BOOM!ing debut with IT MUST HAVE BEEN SOMETHING YOU ATE.
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Who really wants to live forever? In the twisted style you've come to expect, Grimm Fairy Tales present Oscar Wilde's Dorian Gray. Rockstar Don and his beautiful wife Stephanie seemed to have everything, success, love - and immortality! Like Dorian Gray years before him, Don's life is forever young thanks to a mysterious portrait that hangs over his fireplace. But immortality is not the gift you might think as grief grips Don as those around him pass away over time. Again, the mysterious Belinda works her warped magic, sharing the secrets of the strange painting with Don and sending the story spiraling toward its heartbreakingly deadly conclusion.
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Every 52-page issue includes Multiverse's regular news and reviews sections together with Mike Conroy's long-running comics-to-movies column, Frame to Frame. Multiverse also includes exclusive interviews with established creators as well as up-and-coming talents, many accompanied by rarely seen art. Exclusive interviews - Ian Edginton, D'Israeli, Ian Culbard and other writers and artist chat about contributing to SelfMadeHero's H.P. Lovecraft Anthology; Mystery Men artist Patrick Zircher and editor Bill Rosemann discuss the creation of Marvel's new pulp heroes; writer Andy Luke reveals how his lifelong struggle with epilepsy led to the autobiographical Absence; Kurt Busiek, Mark Waid and others explain why they got involved in IDW's new anthology dedicated to The Rocketeer, Dave Steven's high-flying 1930s crimefighter; and 50 Girls 50 writer Doug Murray and artist Axel Medellin talk Image's new SF mini and girls, girls, girls!
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