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Red Agent: The Human Order #5

Zenescope Entertainment: March 29, 2017   Writer: Lou Iovino   Art: Ario Murti   Cover: David Lorenzo Riveiro  

Cover Price: $3.99   UPC: 01996291923700511   Diamond ID: JAN172246   GCIN: 966803

Ryder, Eve, and General Tate have been killed. Cheyenne Mountain has been leveled and Avril and Ditto are severely injured. Given these harsh realities, it's easy to understand why Britney Waters is devastated and struggling to move forward. But there is one critical thing fueling her desire to continue the work of the Highborn Initiative: Vengeance. And, the first step begins across the pond in London with a mysterious new ally.

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