mmd530's The Ravagers #0 - Day One review

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This issue 0 was a shocker. The Ravagers backstory is always fun to learn more about because really, who doesn't love seeing superheroes made artificially, and rebel against their enemy maker? The art and drawing of all of the Ravagers is awesome and beat boy's transformations rock!

It's a legit story and this #0 tell its very, very well. I highly recommend for any previous Ravagers or X-men fans!


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