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Compu-MECH Quarterly - Dead Undead! - cover

Compu-MECH Quarterly - Dead Undead!

Theodore Raymond Riddle

Publisher: Monolith Comics

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Summary

Monolith Comics Presents Compu-M.E.C.H.. Our hero encounters his fiirst arch enamy, The Death Shroud.
 
Death Shroud is the rebirth of  the scientist, Johnathan Pitt. He was working on the cure for Covid-19. Just before he makes it home to save a loved one, who has the virus, he crashes his car and passes away. How will this drama wrok out?
 
Then Tommy Chase is flashed back in time to the prehistoric age of mammals in a freak accident. Tommy is caught in a catatonic state. Can Dr. Jason Green and Lesa Mace bring him back before he is killed?

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