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The Fantastic Adventures of Compu-MECH - The Evil Extractor - cover

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The Fantastic Adventures of Compu-MECH - The Evil Extractor

Theodore Riddle

Publisher: Monolith Comics

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Summary

Monolith Comics Presents,
 
The Fantastic Adventures of Compu-M.E.C.H.!
 
In this incredibly humorous story about The Compu-M.E.C.H. Program, we learn how Dr. Jason Green is the absent minded inventor of the super powerful M.E.C.H. Unit Robot who fights crime with the aid of Tommy and Lesa Chase.
 
Tommy is the controller of The M.E.C.H. Unit via a Virtual Reality Program, where the robot responds to his every whim.
 
Our trio of heroes plus M.E.C.H. are also aided by the children of the world. Using there cell phones, they report suspicious criminal activity to the Program by text messages to our heroes, which The Compu-M.E.C.H. team responds to the situation as soon as possible.
 
You will enjoy this humorous version of Compu-M.E.C.H. as you share it with your children and laugh along with them.

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