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[Compu-MECH "Reboot"] - Decimation - cover

[Compu-MECH "Reboot"] - Decimation

[Theodore Riddle]

Publisher: Monolith Comics

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Monolith Comics Presents Compu-M.E.C.H. "Reboot". This second dynamic issue is continued form the previous issue. In the first issue we learned that the planet earth has already been through its second Ice Age. The Government subjected the survivors to scientific mutations so that they could servive the harsh environment, but something when wrong.
 
Now Team Alpha and The M.E.C.H. Unit are on the planet to try to cleanse it for repopulation of the only humans left alive. They are all located in a huge space station high about earth. Once our heroes make planet fall, they are acctack by mutations that regenerate as fast as they can kill them. How are they going to survive and save the human race?

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