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Sidekick Store Special for 8/24/2016

Invaders Now!

Invaders Now! Hardcover

Marvel Comics/Dynamite Publishing

(W) Christos N. Gage & Alex Ross (A) Caio Reiss (CA) Alex Ross
The greatest super heroes of World War II blaze into action – this time in the modern world! For the first time in decades, the original Invaders are alive and active at the same time! But what mysterious force has drawn them all together, and how does it relate to the darkest moment in Invaders history – an event so horrifying it threatens all life on Earth today? Featuring Captain America! The Sub-Mariner! The original Human Torch and Toro! The Golden Age Vision! Spitfire! Union Jack! And Steve Rogers! Collecting INVADERS NOW! #1-5.
120 PGS./Rated T+

Cover Price $24.99

Sale Price $6.00 each

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