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Marvel Preview: Atlantis Attacks #4

SECRETS REVEALED in Atlantis Attacks #4!

For months, the young AGENTS OF ATLAS have served secret agent Jimmy Woo’s Atlas Foundation and defended billionaire Mike Nguyen’s Portal City of Pan. But as their efforts to defend Pan from KING NAMOR and ATLANTIS rip the hard-fought unity of their team to pieces, Silk and Amadeus Cho finally fight to find out if Woo and Nguyen have been guiding them – or manipulating them. And why is new Agent of Atlas WAVE sitting atop the Atlantean throne? What’s Jimmy’s true endgame? Is Nguyen a visionary or villain? The curtain’s ripped aside – and the Agents of Atlas may never be the same!

Atlantis Attacks #4

Written by Greg Pak
Art by Ario Anindito & Robert Gill
Colors by Rachelle Rosenberg
Cover by Carlo Pagulayan
Release Date: November 4, 2020

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