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Smogasbord Squad Vol 1

Beverly Bambury, Marc Jackson

Publisher: Not So Super Comics

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Story 1: The beautiful city of Hasenpfeffer, USA, is made a little less beautiful as the feud between the Smörgåsbord Squad and H.U.N.G.E.R. Pack spills into the streets. Story 2: The origins of the Smörgåsbord Squad are explored as the details of the day the group came together are revealed.

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