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After months of hiding in South America and running from the ever-watchful eye of the Foresight Corporation, David has begun to fill in the gaps to his missing memories. Armed with a new suit, David continues his search for answers to regain his lost identity. Meanwhile, Astrid continues her mission to bring David back home. Their reunion and David's missing memories of her leave her emotionally raw but more determined to bring him back to their family. With aid from an unlikely ally in Lorena Payan, the two combine forces to bring David back while fighting off Doctor DeMarcus Mayes's newly formed group of enhanced humans. The second arc of Catalyst Prime's Noble series, with art by series regular Roger Robinson and Jamal Igle (Supergirl, Black), is collected in this action-packed second volume!
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Former astronaut David Powell is coming to grips with his incredible and increasingly powerful superhuman abilities, and the world around him is reacting to seeing a Black man wielding such enormous power—but not everyone is a fan. As tensions rise among some factions of society and Noble endeavors to do whatever it takes to continue the life-saving work he is committed to, Astrid focuses her attention on the reemergence of a savage adversary. Foresight agents are dropping dead around them, hunted by a deadly assassin, and only Astrid and Lorena know the shocking truth behind the man responsible. 
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Astronaut David Powell helped save the Earth from an approaching asteroid. In the resulting explosion, David gained superhuman telekinetic powers but lost his memories. Now back on Earth, David is on the run from the Foresight Corporation and its CEO, Lorena Payan, using his new powers to stay alive long enough to regain his memories, family, and identity. To put her family back together, Astrid Allen-Powell will use every skill and weapon in her arsenal to get back the man she loves. The first series of the Catalyst Prime superhero universe is collected, with art by series regular Roger Robinson and Jamal Igle (Supergirl, Black).
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