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Catch a glimpse of Allen's last moments in the future before he escaped back to the present to resurrect his friends. PLUS: Ti-Jean takes Mandy to a jazz show and there is dancing!
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When 13-year-old Erik believes that he can do anything, he is transformed into Electron Boy, Seattle's youngest and most powerful superhero. Thrill to the adventure as he and worthy sidekicks Lightning Lad and Moonshine Maid battle the nefarious Dr. Dark & Blackout Boy, who have taken the Space Needle hostage and threaten to open an army of infant black holes, jeopardizing all life on this planet!
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Teenagers from the past battle nightmares and giant robots across dreamspace to save the comatose citizens of Tokyo 3.11. Big explodo megafuntime for all boys and girls now!
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Two twelve-year-old children of science adventurers grow up in the shadow of genius and tragedy while balancing the power to break into the liquor cabinet or time-travel closet, maybe even on the same night.
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Cal repairs the robot that he unearthed last issue and learns of a startling revelation from his father, but it's nothing compared to the surprise that D-392 has in store once he gets up and running. You have to see the last two pages of this final issue of the first volume of DEAD ROBOT to believe them!
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The arrival of a super-powered alien triggers a surge in vigilante activity and teaches an ensemble including a voodoo hougan, Irish polymath, action-archaeologist, ambitious politician, teenage pop star, private detective, and country & western oracle the importance of faith in shaping one's life while the world comes crashing down around them.
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Zombie tulpa Jack Kerouac, Undead William S. Burroughs, and Cyborg Allen Ginsburg from 2073 cruise the highways and byways of America in search of wine, women, truth, and beauty, and the key to overthrowing the wave of rampant commercialism that threatens to drown us all.
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One hundred years after mankind sent all the automatons into the sun, a boy finds one last robot buried on his dad's farm. Shouldn't he reactivate it? How could he not? What's the worst thing that could happen?
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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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