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Marvel Preview: Agents Of Atlas #3
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Marvel Preview: Agents Of Atlas #3

DEFEND OR DESTROY?

AMADEUS CHO and the AGENTS OF ATLAS have won the adulation of the glorious cross-Asian portal city of Pan. But as the hidden injustices in Pan’s utopian community become apparent, will the Agents of Atlas be its protectors – or its prosecutors? And what’s with the dragons? And what great secret is JIMMY WOO hiding? And, most importantly, WHO IS KISSING WHOM IN THIS ISSUE?

Writer
Greg Pak
Illustrator
Nico Leon
Cover Illustrator
Jung-Geun Yoon
Release Date: October 23, 2019

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