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Marvel Comics Presents (2007) - #11
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Cover Date: September 2008
Cover Price: US $ 3.99

Issue Tagline: None.

Format: Color; Standard Comic Issue; 40 pages

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Weapon Omega (2008) TPB

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"Vanguard, Chapter Eleven: Death And Resurrection" - Edit this story

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Writer(s):
Marc Guggenheim

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Francis Tsai

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Francis Tsai

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Tony Washington

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Dave Sharpe

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Detective Dolan thought things couldn't get worse. She'd discovered the identity of the man she'd been duped into killing, Trenton Craft. Blade, leader of the covert-ops team that had abducted her, killed Jafaar Yoosuf, the only man who could give Stacy the answers she seeks. Michromax, a member of the super-powered crew, revealed himself to be a traitor working with Yoosuf. But all of this means nothing to Dolan as Craft walks into the room, very much alive...

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Has Aaron Stack, the robot known as Machine Man, lost his mind? Tired of drowning his insecurities in beer and gasoline, Aaron does what any human would: he goes to a psychiatrist. But when his old self literally reappears and his... er, foe Madame Menace blasts a hole in his psychiatrist's head, Aaron' road to recovery hits a snag...

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Before he was an Avenger, Dr. Walter Newell was an oceanographer whose curiosity drove him to explore the uncharted depths of the sea floor. A chance encounter with flamor led Newell to develop the manta ray-like armor from which he adopted his super hero moniker. No longer an Avenger, Newell now uses his Stingray armor for more scientific pursuits, which he will discover, have hazards all their own...

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Rich Koslowski

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Michael Pointer, the super hero Guardian, has turned inward to search for answers about what is happening on the Omega Flight base. Somewhere within the force known as the Collective is the truth about the puppeteer who has been manipulating Pointer from the get go. But will any of this be enough to save his teammate USAgent, who lies on the brink of death...?

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