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The nightmare visions are coming true as Magog's fate becomes more and more entwined with the Psy-Cho Twins. It's all coming to a head, too, as their hand is forced to ensure that "Kingdom Come" doesn't become a reality!
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Rage at its Forced Conclusion 0

I had just found out, that due to low sales, Magog was going to get the proverbial cut, just like The Shield and The Web before him. And considering that the story was quickly becoming highly entertaining to read, this issue pulls the plug on such potential. This review of Magog #12 won't be as thorough as my previous issues, but it'll get to the point.  The GoodWhat was supposed to be the introduction of a 5-part saga that detailed how could Magog stop the future of Kingdom Come from hap...

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