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Marvel Preview: Power Pack #2

Okay, so MAYBE it’s illegal for minors to fight crime in costume, dispensing vigilante justice as they see fit.

THE PACK IN PRISON?! Okay, so MAYBE it’s illegal for minors to fight crime in costume, dispensing vigilante justice as they see fit. MAYBE. But not if they have a mentor! Then it’s totally fine! So now all the Pack need is an adult willing to let them do whatever they want. It’s a voyage (or at least a two-page spread) across the Marvel Universe to find a mentor! But what if everything doesn’t go smoothly? What if there’s CONFLICT and EVENTS? The Power Pack faces adversity, betrayal and more in this Alex-narrated issue!

Power Pack #2

Written by: Ryan North
Art by: Nico Leon
Colors by: Rachelle Rosenberg
Cover by: Stefano Caselli
Release Date: December 30 2020
Page Count: 23 Pages
Age Rating: 9+ Only

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Marvel Preview: Power Pack #2

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Marvel Preview: Power Pack #2

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