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Donner und Blitzkrieg

Jeffrey Harlan

Publisher: Jeffrey Harlan

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The world's first superheroes, Nucleus and Strongman, emerge in the aftermath of the Korean War. Meanwhile, the first supervillain, Donner, the son of Nazi war criminals, seeks to create a new Reich, with superhumans as the new master race!

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