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The soul quantum theory - colored comic - cover

The soul quantum theory - colored comic

Ricardo Tronconi

Publisher: Ricardo Tronconi

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Summary

Professor Swollenman, the most erect man in the neighbourhood, has quite a visible gift in his lap. A winning feature in theory, but as regards his marital life?
A succession of unexpected visits by a most peculiar character, arriving along with the Archangel Gabriel as Heaven’s Ambassador no less, leads our Swollenman to don The First Man’s garments, inviting him to relive the diabolical theory of origin once again, through dreams of erotic tales; however deceits and suspicions very slowly become parallel realities in his life...

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