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[Compu-MECH Issue #5 ] - War Against Illegal Firearms! - cover

[Compu-MECH Issue #5 ] - War Against Illegal Firearms!

Theodore Riddle

Publisher: Monolith Comics

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Summary

Monolith Comics Presents:
 
Compu-M.E.C.H., Mechanically Engineered and Computerized Hero Issue #5 is released for the first time in full color.
 
This novel has many exciting stories. The first of which deal with the world wide mass shootings and the tragedy of this Social Trauma. In this fictional story it suggests one way these events may be happening and how The Compu-M.E.C.H. Program deals with this problem.
 
Next a tragic villain is reborn named "Death Shroud". The M.E.C.H. Unit must stop him before he causes harm to innocent people. But how do you stop someone who is already dead?
 
Then Tommy and the M.E.C.H. find themselves trapped in the Prehistoric Past. How are they ever going to get out? 
 
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