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Max Lord and Sarge Steel decide that in order to capture O.M.A.C., sacrifices will have to be made. They go back to the location of O.M.A.C.'s first appearance and target the workers on Kevin Kho's floor, including Kevin and all his friends. Meanwhile, since O.M.A.C. is still on the loose, S.H.A.D.E. decides to send in their top agent, Frankenstein, to succeed where Checkmate has failed. This epic storyline continues in this month's FRANKENSTEIN, AGENT OF S.H.A.D.E. #5!



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I was initially a little skeptical about this particular issue.  It started out with a lot of talk involving the usual chest-beating of governmental agencies.  As soon as the confrontation which the cover alludes to gets around to starting it feels a little cliched already, but then a couple of things happen which kind of surprised me for their inventiveness.  The first is one of the strangest conflicts in comic history, as the self-aware satellite and the feminized Father Time, battle their wit...

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This cover has a surprisingly effective simplicity to it, making it the second best cover for this series so far. Instead of a full blank background, we get one with some excellent lines of force emphasizing the impact on the image. The simplicity of the artwork actually enhances the awesomeness of the cover.As for the actual story, its a tad bit more complex than it would have you believe. It mostly comes down to an unabashedly awesome smashdown between two hulking masses of muscles, but there'...

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