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Invasion Agents Annual: Resurrection and Faith - Invasion Agents Annual #1 - cover

Invasion Agents Annual: Resurrection and Faith - Invasion Agents Annual #1

C. Dennis Moore

Publisher: Shrine Keepers Publishing

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You think you know the Invasion Agents? So far we've only seen one corner of their world. There's more to this universe than simple Capital City, Missouri. The Invasion Agents Annual #1 tells a story located in another part of the world, not far away, in Black Foot, Kansas. 
What appears to be a simple case of arson leads to demon possession and mass murder in the span of a few hours, and that's only the beginning. 
There's a new hero in town, one with a familiar name, and he's on a mission. First, how can he learn to control his situation in the wake of a whole new revelation in time to be of assistance? 
It's chaos in Kansas as demons destroy, atrocities abound, and the fate of the world lies in the hands of one hero who has no idea what he's doing.

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