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Compu-MECH Quarterly - Death at 9500 Feet! - cover

Compu-MECH Quarterly - Death at 9500 Feet!

Theodore Raymond Riddle

Publisher: Monolith Comics

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Summary

Monolith Comics Presents Compu-M.E.C.H. the first dynamic issue. Right now when the world needs a hero the most comes The M.E.C.H. Unit. M.E.C.H. was invented by Dr. Jason Green and Tommy Chase is the controller of the robot hero via virtual realiity process. Witnin these pages lies two stories and Tommy save a lot of people, but at what cost.
 
Mankind is on the verge of inventing all of the technologies in this book. The question is how will we use it for good or ill. Our hereos endeavor to right the wrongs in the world with Truth, Honor and Justice.
 
These characters will change the way you view the world!

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