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The Men from DARPA

Revenge Is A Dish Best Served Cold!

Akward, bookish, nerdy, geekish. These are the men from the United States Department of Advanced Research Projects Agency (DARPA). They are brilliant in the lab but utterly inept in the field of espionage. In this issue, the boys must rescue and old colleague who may hold the key to limitless power. He has been kidnapped by members of a secret shadow government out to murder all world leaders including the President himself!

Written by Ramon Gil. Art by Cee Raymond.
Colors by Macarena Cortes. Edited by Marta Tanrikulu

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Read The Complete Story And Collect The Series!

Layout 1Men from DARPA #1 – Raiders of the Lost Artifact
The first adventure for our intrepid scientists. They must retrieve a top secret device from an adversary they have little experience with…a girl! Written by Ramon Gil. Art by Cee Raymond.
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Layout 1Men from DARPA #2 – Revenge is a Dish Best Served Cold
Our intrepid scientists must rescue an old friend who may have the key to unlimited power! Special appearance by POTUS! Written by Ramon Gil. Art by Cee Raymond.

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Layout 1Men from DARPA #3 – The Dallas Turningpoint
The men from DARPA must go back in time to stop a rogue agent from changing the history of the United Soviet States of America. By Ramon Gil and Cee Raymond.
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“It is an honest pleasure to find not only a science fiction title out there, but one produced by a writer who seems to understand that drama doesn’t have to be all dramatic, and humor doesn’t have to be all belly-laughs.”

– Robert Sodaro – The Examiner.com

 

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