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Marvel Preview: Reptil #2

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Marvel Preview: Reptil #2

AN EXPEDITION TOWARD THE TRUTH, OR AN EXTINCTION EVENT?

AN EXPEDITION TOWARD THE TRUTH, OR AN EXTINCTION EVENT? Reptil’s clash with the mysterious Megalith has left Reptil’s head ringing and mind reeling as he struggles under the weight of a startling revelation about his family! Now, as the threat of Megalith looms in the background, Reptil must race to uncover the secrets of his amulet – but without full control of his powers, will Reptil be able to protect his cousins as the trio make the dangerous trek into Dinosaur World? Can he even protect himself?

Written by: Terry Blas
Art by: Enid Balám
Cover by: Paco Medina
Page Count: 23 Pages
Release Date: June 23, 2021
Age Rating: 9+ Only

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Marvel Preview: Reptil #2

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