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In a world where travel between alternate realities has become a massive commercial enterprise, Mark races to uncover the truth behind his many mysterious deaths. Meanwhile, the brains behind The Infinite Vacation suddenly take a keen interest in his struggle. And just who is that beautiful girl he keeps running into?

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Well worth the prolonged wait after the first issue (this issue's "Next Issue" ad/blurb indicates it was already released 2 weeks ago), this series, like Spencer's T.H.U.N.D.E.R Agents's latest issue's review on its cover (also out this week) is "a classic in the making".  Nick Spencer's more personal, less mainstream (IE Not "Iron Man 2.0") works contain some of the most mindblowing concepts and clever writing outside of late 80's / early 90's era Grant Morrison.The art in this book, which I as...

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