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Hero 9 to 5: Disposable Heroes

Ian Sharman

Publisher: Markosia Enterprises Ltd

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Summary

Returning once more to a world where being a superhero is just another nine to five job! When Frostica flies into a jealous rage after Flame-O and Pink Girl are caught kissing on live TV, the government gives in to pressure from religious fundamentalists to ban superhero agencies. All hell breaks loose as villains reign supreme across the UK. Nobody is safe in this mad rampage, not the Houses of Parliament and not even the Queen herself!

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