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U.S. Special Forces Bio/Chemical weapons expert Horatio Danglar was left behind in Iraq in 1991 and presumed dead. Bent on revenge against his team leader and best friend Duke Bridges, Danglar captures Duke's twins Zach and Carmen, and their friends Kingston de Luca and Courtney Hamilton administers drugs to them that he developed while in captivity. The drugs give the teens super strength and high pain tolerance but do they also make them obey Danglar? Join the teens and the U.S. Special Forces as they hunt down Danglar to stop his terrorist activities against the United States and try to obtain the antidote that will return them to normal.
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Joss's life sucks. She's worried about exams and student loan debt when she'd much rather be watching the zombie movies she loves. So it's no surprise that when she tells her roommates that she's been attacked by a swarm of real-life, brain-hungering zombies-zombies!- they think the stress has finally cracked her. But Joss knows she's sane- and it's a good thing, too! Because the zombies are real, and the she's the only one who knows how to fight them. Armed with "The Rules," truths about fighting the undead gleaned from zombie movies, Joss, Sonnet and Robyn just might make it out of their dorm alive.
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  • Zorro #1
  • Publisher: Dynamite
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  • Digital Release Date:
    October 26th, 2010
  • Language: English
  • Teens/Young Adults (ages 13+)
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Dynamite presents the return of yet another Legend as Matt Wagner unveils the all-new Zorro! Writer, Art Director and cover artist Matt Wagner is in command of this all-new "year one" Zorro comic book adventure. Similar in tone and scope to Dynamite's acclaimed Lone Ranger series, Zorro also features artist Francesco Francavilla who complements Wagner's pulp action writing! Zorro was created in 1919 by pulp writer Johnston McCulley, and first made his appearance in The Curse of Capistrano, serialized in the pulp magazine All-Story Weekly. From there Zorro has been the star of countless films and has been noted by Bob Kane as a main influence on Batman (Bruce Wayne even went to see Zorro the evening his parents were killed) and recently featured in a WORLD WIDE BEST-SELLING novel by Isabel Allende! Joining Wagner and Francavilla for the return of the legendary Zorro is cover artists Mike Mayhew (with the incredible colors of Dean White) and Lone Ranger cover artist John Cassaday!
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