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Marvel Preview: The Rise Of Ultraman #3
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Marvel Preview: The Rise Of Ultraman #3

In The Rise Of Ultraman #3, Kiki is overrun by Kaiju and pinned behind enemy lines…

Overrun by Kaiju and pinned behind enemy lines, Kiki could really use the help of the newly merged Ultraman — but what went wrong with the merging process, and how will that impact our hero?

With that to deal with, Shin must also decide whom to trust — the benevolent-seeming but deeply secretive USP or the bitter whistleblower Dr. Yamamoto… And a wrong choice could cost him everything he holds dear!

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The Rise Of Ultraman #3

Written by Mat Groom, Kyle Higgins
Art by Francesco Manna
Cover by Jorge Molina
Release Date: November 4, 2020

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