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Move over McGyver, DC's got the new miracle-working gadgeteer on the block. Last issue, Milton Tweeleg took a metal detector, a small Eastern European car, and a disposable lighter and did the impossible, transforming Lou Martin into a respected celebrity (something the writer of this book hasn't been able to achieve yet!). This month, Milton's at it again. He's about to change Lou's life forever with nothing more than an axe! Plus, Nunzio shows us his shy side, and Francis discovers that Dorothy was right: "There's no place like home."

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It´s so ironic that just when Lou decides to become a super hero after all, it´s all a commercial allure by Val´s father - this floating girl continues to day dream about Lou, but after destroying her fathers dreams, will the two stand a chance? One thing is for sure, Milton tried to imortalize his idol, but instead he certified that Lou will never look at his face again - still, this freak guy is so funny, I laugh a lot reading his inner thoughts. This issue seemed like an attempt of showing th...

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