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The Sensational Sixties:

The Beatles' invasion unites the world while invasions in

Southeast Asia divide it. A very clever thief steals an ancient

Akkadian cylindar concealing a dreaded secret. A sheltered,

brilliant student awakens in chains over an ancient sacrificial

altar. A White House operative's assistant is witness to the

prototype test of an officially nonexistant technology.

New York, 2010:

A reporter starts connecting dots and comes to the terrifying

conclusion that something weird is happening out there —

and it may be too late to stop it coming here.



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Watching to much History Channel Ancient Aliens and Prometheus 0

I'm totally doing this review in breaking a very important rule of mine: "don't review terrible comic book", but unfortunately this is an exception, think of it as a public service, so other don't commit the same terrible mistake I did. Europeans comic books are different from the american ones, that's fact. But this series is so immensibly gaped with the story it's trying to tell from the reallity presented in itself, it's ridiculous. The story is about an alien civilization that is responsible...

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