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Agents of Atlas (2006) 3-A

Comic Book by Marvel, Dec 2006

CCL Grade: Near Mint
Price $1.50
 
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Agents of Atlas (2006) 3-A by Marvel
Agents of Atlas (2006) 3-A by Marvel
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"The Dream Team"
Jimmy Woo duels single-handedly against the Yellow Claw's ninjas until the rest of the team gets a clue, and the Claw disappears in a whisper, delighted in the fact that Woo's team is on his trail. Woo and company head to the site of the incident where Woo nearly died in his mysterious mission. They find nothing, but M-11 uncovers intel that leads him to believe that Namora is still alive. They head to the Arctic Circle coordinates, and on the way, the team gets to ask Wonder Boy Bob Grayson what has happened that has clearly made him so different than the Marvel Boy they all knew in 1958. Grayson gives them his full history, about how his father was a human scientist, focused on space travel, and how he was contacted by aliens from Uranus. This group turned out to be outcast Eternals. Bob was given the Quantum Bands that made him Marvel Boy and sent to Earth as an ambassador. The Eternals hoped for a safe haven, but while Marvel Boy was on Earth, the Eternals suffered disaster, and sent a distress signal. Grayson returned to Uranus to find the Eternals all dead, and he himself was only saved by the native Uranians, who adapted his body to survive and gave him his protective suit. Grayson explained that the Crusader, the mad copy of Wonder Boy that the Fantastic Four fought in the '80's was a failed clone made by the Eternals. The team finds Namora, but apparently long dead.
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