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Zombie Dinosaurs Awakening Issue#1 - Zombie Dinosaurs Awakening #1

David Blanchard

Publisher: Perfect Commando Productions

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Massive earthquakes have struck all over the world opening up gigantic caverns. In one what is thought to be a great discovery may lead to the demise of the world. Now a team of Army Rangers has been sent in to New York City to retrieve paleontologist Dr. Aloïsia from the Museum of Natural History but the way out of the city is not so easy as they are ambushed by a zombie T-rex. The Dinosaurs have returned, but they've returned as the undead.

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