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Bit Torment (2006) - #1
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Cover Date: September 2006
Cover Price: US $ 3.95

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Format: Color; Standard Comic Issue; 32 pages

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Earth-shattering change is on the horizon as the next generation of computer interfacing software floods the market.

However, this revolutionary new software that does everything from train the military to predict the weather and play enhanced reality games has a fatal flaw: it can program minds...or trap them.

Driven by the need to save her husband from the software's snare, Cynthia Weir, the inventor, faces danger in the real and virtual worlds.

Outside, as she struggles to reconfigure the program, the global government schemes to wrest away control of her groundbreaking creation.

She intends to risk it all to be reunited with her comatose husband, but the information superhighway to hell is paved with good intentions.

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