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Full Color | 68 Screens | Issue 1 of 4 Art by Justin Bleep Written by Ken Marcus Colors by Joey Mason Letters by Jacque Nodell The Human Resources department of Super Crises International includes all the ordinary folks behind the comic panels that keep your favorite heroes up and running. They file expense reports for hovercrafts, refill the coffee filters, FedEx out the anti-matter nullifiers and clean up the conference rooms after crossovers gone horribly wrong. In other words, Super Crises International is pretty much like the office you work at. Only stir in a boat-load of circus freaks, with capes, claws and radioactive half-lives. Or as we like to call them, "your co-workers." Welcome to Super Human Resources. Your cube is right this way. "If you ever had a job, Super Human Resources is FUNNY. If you ever liked superheroes, Super Human Resources is VERY FUNNY." - Joe Kelly (Spider-Man, Action Comics, JLA, Deadpool.) "This might be the funniest comic book Man has ever produced. Highly recommended and I give it an A." - Jeff Marsick, Newsarama Best Shots. "Just when you think all possible avenues of the super-hero genre have been covered and recycled to death, a work like this sneaks on by to yank out your funny bone and hit you over the head with it." - Richard Caldwell, ComicNews.Info
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Full Color | Issue 3 of 4 Art by Justin Bleep Written by Ken Marcus Colors by Joey Mason Letters by Jacque Nodell The Human Resources department of Super Crises International includes all the ordinary folks behind the comic panels that keep your favorite heroes up and running. They file expense reports for hovercrafts, refill the coffee filters, FedEx out the anti-matter nullifiers and clean up the conference rooms after crossovers gone horribly wrong. In other words, Super Crises International is pretty much like the office you work at. Only stir in a boat-load of circus freaks, with capes, claws and radioactive half-lives. Or as we like to call them, "your co-workers." Welcome to Super Human Resources. Your cube is right this way. "If you ever had a job, Super Human Resources is FUNNY. If you ever liked superheroes, Super Human Resources is VERY FUNNY." - Joe Kelly (Spider-Man, Action Comics, JLA, Deadpool.) "This might be the funniest comic book Man has ever produced. Highly recommended and I give it an A." - Jeff Marsick, Newsarama Best Shots. "Just when you think all possible avenues of the super-hero genre have been covered and recycled to death, a work like this sneaks on by to yank out your funny bone and hit you over the head with it." - Richard Caldwell, ComicNews.Info
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Full Color | Issue 2 of 4 Art by Justin Bleep Written by Ken Marcus Colors by Joey Mason Letters by Jacque Nodell The Human Resources department of Super Crises International includes all the ordinary folks behind the comic panels that keep your favorite heroes up and running. They file expense reports for hovercrafts, refill the coffee filters, FedEx out the anti-matter nullifiers and clean up the conference rooms after crossovers gone horribly wrong. In other words, Super Crises International is pretty much like the office you work at. Only stir in a boat-load of circus freaks, with capes, claws and radioactive half-lives. Or as we like to call them, "your co-workers." Welcome to Super Human Resources. Your cube is right this way. "If you ever had a job, Super Human Resources is FUNNY. If you ever liked superheroes, Super Human Resources is VERY FUNNY." - Joe Kelly (Spider-Man, Action Comics, JLA, Deadpool.) "This might be the funniest comic book Man has ever produced. Highly recommended and I give it an A." - Jeff Marsick, Newsarama Best Shots. "Just when you think all possible avenues of the super-hero genre have been covered and recycled to death, a work like this sneaks on by to yank out your funny bone and hit you over the head with it." - Richard Caldwell, ComicNews.Info
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Full Color | Issue 4 of 4 Art by Justin Bleep Written by Ken Marcus Colors by Antonio Campo Letters by Jacque Nodell The Human Resources department of Super Crises International includes all the ordinary folks behind the comic panels that keep your favorite heroes up and running. They file expense reports for hovercrafts, refill the coffee filters, FedEx out the anti-matter nullifiers and clean up the conference rooms after crossovers gone horribly wrong. In other words, Super Crises International is pretty much like the office you work at. Only stir in a boat-load of circus freaks, with capes, claws and radioactive half-lives. Or as we like to call them, "your co-workers." Welcome to Super Human Resources. Your cube is right this way. "If you ever had a job, Super Human Resources is FUNNY. If you ever liked superheroes, Super Human Resources is VERY FUNNY." - Joe Kelly (Spider-Man, Action Comics, JLA, Deadpool.) "This might be the funniest comic book Man has ever produced. Highly recommended and I give it an A." - Jeff Marsick, Newsarama Best Shots. "Just when you think all possible avenues of the super-hero genre have been covered and recycled to death, a work like this sneaks on by to yank out your funny bone and hit you over the head with it." - Richard Caldwell, ComicNews.Info
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It's the cataclysmic showdown between the forces of light and darkness when Flare does battle with the night-goddess Nyx. Also in this issue, Britannia stars in "The Maid and the Rogue."
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As John Steed fights for his life inside the not as quiet as it seems seaside community, Emma Peel needs allies, and finds them in the most unlikely of sources, as the first arc in the super spies' return comes to a smashing conclusion.
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Flare faces an old enemy with new powers and a lust for vengeance in "Genesis: The Gladiatrix." Also in this super-sized 44-page issue, the adventures of Britannia continue, and Flare deals with the dangers of a "Joyride."
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When Ara uncovers a dark truth about an evil sorcerer's cultish horde, will she be able to save them and herself in this epic finale to volume two! Creator J.T. Krul, artist V Ken Marion, and colorist Wes Hartman are proud to present the follow-up volume to Aspen's smash hit series - JIRNI!
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Classic animated TMNT action is collected here in this collection of two fan-favorite cartoon adaptations! In both "The Return of Shredder Parts 1–2" and "The Incredible Shrinking Turtles Parts 1–2,” as Shredder comes back to Earth from Dimension X and attempts to exact his revenge upon the hard-backed heroes.
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Her Perilous Quest Rages On! Ara is taken to the treacherous land of the wizard R'anu, and discovers the true horror of his fanatical sermon firsthand! Creator J.T. Krul, artist V Ken Marion, and colorist Juan Fernandez are proud to present the follow-up volume to Aspen's smash hit series - JIRNI!
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