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    Wildfire #1

    Wildfire » Wildfire #1 released by Top Cow on June 2014.

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    Is genetically modified food an end to world hunger or a first class ticket to the apocalypse? Dan Miller is a plant biologist working with a small team perfecting an accelerated plant growth process. When things go wrong, Los Angeles pays the price in a disaster story unlike any before.

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    Hawkins & Sejic (either one of them) is a great team up! 0

    Great writing and even greater characterization leads to a highly enjoyable first chapter in this book. Matt Hawkins as always excels at presenting scientific themes to the amateur comic reader while Linda Sejic is as competent as her husband at recreating emotions and unique characters. Highly recommended!...

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