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Magog's reputation precedes him when Tommy Tomorrow and his Planeteers convince the demigod to represent Earth against an intergalactic threat that he's apparently faced before. Unfortunately, Magog can't remember exactly how he defeated "The Mass" the last time they fought!

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A Disappointing End To Giffen's Run 0

This is Keith Giffen's final issue on the title, and as far as final issues go, this is pretty underwhelming. It has nothing to do with the quality of the writing, the story or the art.  What is so disappointing about this issue is that it does not at all feel like the conclusion of anything.  In this issue, Magog saves the Earth from an enormous cosmic predator that preys on inhabited planets once they reach a certain technological level. Giffen uses this clash at the edge of the solar system t...

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