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[Compu-MECH Issue #2] - The Gun Strikes! - cover

[Compu-MECH Issue #2] - The Gun Strikes!

Theodore Riddle

Publisher: Monolith Comics

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Monolith Comics Presents the second issue of Compu-M.E.C.H. released for the first time in full color. I this unique story The M.E.C.H. Unit is assaulted by several villains in two different stories. 
 
First he must face Mr. Koshido and his army of Kobots. Then M.E.C.H. fights for his life in an unusually eerie story agains a man known only as "Gun", plus another hidden mysterious element.
 
How can our hero fight against the very government he vows to protect?

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