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Zombie Dinosaurs Awakening Issue #3 - Zombie Dinosaurs Awakening #3

David Blanchard

Publisher: Perfect Commando Productions

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The group is safe at a foward operating base just out side Washington D.C.but a herd of zombie dinosaurs threatens to over run it. With no bombers in range the base's tanks must roll out to take them on.

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