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For sixty years, Keen Marlowe has been a super hero, taking down bad guys, fighting the good fight. But it’s is about to come crashing to an end. See, Marlowe is dying -- maybe today, maybe tomorrow, the only question is when. But Marlowe isn’t about to go quietly into the night. Before he goes, he intends to leave the world a safer place for his family. And if that means hunting down -- and murdering -- every super-villain he can, so be it. They don’t call him “Destroyer” for nothing.

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Crank-like! 0

I was totally hooked when I saw a plot summary on Marvel's official page. Didn't know this guy was a reinvention of an old character called Mighty Destroyer (who makes a cameo in the second issue). In addition, I didn't even know that Robert Kirkman, one of my favorite writers, was on board. Plus, the MAX thingy on the cover makes me wanna check it out immediatly. Keene Marlowe is your old warhorse dying hero who's trying to take all the f@#s that make this world a dangerous place for every sing...

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It All Started With 'Skragg!' 0

Right from the get-go, this comic packs a powerful punch. Literally. The first panel is our intrepid hero punching clear through someones head, and it only gets better.After stopping a bomb from killing anyone (OK, anyone who isn't a terrorist) we see that this masked avenger is actually just an old man, who only wants to get to his granddaughters birthday party. Kirkman's dialogue between The Destroyer and his wife is perfect, capturing the essence of a long-married couple. The way he cant quit...

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