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Marvel Preview: Monsters Unleashed #11

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Marvel Preview: Monsters Unleashed #11

LEARNING CURVE PART 3!

LEARNING CURVE PART 3! It’s a team-up with KARNAK and LOCKJAW that will take KID KAIJU to the MOON! Something is amiss on the dark side of the moon, and Karnak, the infamous INHUMAN, has decided that Kid Kaiju is the only person who can help!

Written by: Justin Jordan
Art by: Alex Arizmendi
Cover by: R. B. Silva
Page Count: 22 Pages
Age Rating: 12+ Only
Release Date: February 21 2018

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Marvel Preview: Monsters Unleashed #11

Marvel Preview: Monsters Unleashed #11

Marvel Preview: Monsters Unleashed #11

Marvel Preview: Monsters Unleashed #11

Marvel Preview: Monsters Unleashed #11

Marvel Preview: Monsters Unleashed #11

Marvel Preview: Monsters Unleashed #11

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