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Jason and the Argobots (2002) - #4
Oni Press

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Cover Date: November 2002
Cover Price: US $ 2.95

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Format: Black & White; Standard Comic Issue; 32 pages

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Jason hasn't had his robot for long, but their short time together certainly has been exciting! Together they've faced-down the amped-up Voltes Shockley, the fast and furious Go Go Diablo, and even the combined might of the Army! But Jason's first series of robo-rumbles" aren't over yet! The insane, rock-eating Geo Slab is laying waste to poor, beleaguered Shimmer City, and the local police force doesn't stand a chance against this granite foe. Can Jason send Geo Slab back to the quarry and save his hometown without handing over Chiron to the military? What does a futuristic army need a robot for anyway? Will Jason ever let Juni tag along?

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Jason and the Argobots (2002) TPB vol. 01

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