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Agent 122 Issue 01 - cover

Agent 122 Issue 01

Stephan Nilson

Publisher: DPM Publishing

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Summary

Agent 1.22 goes to Phobos to retrieve Project Vulcan from an outpost ravaged by the Tempest Virus. While there she must choose between the mission and a man.

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