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A robot adventurer who relies on his brain rather than his mechanized brawn struggles to save his own "life" when his high-powered brain is stolen. He was designed to be the U.S. Government's very own toy soldier, but Witlock the Robot asserted his independence instead, turning his highly developed brain towards adventures of his own choosing. But what happens when that brain is stolen, and the world's smartest robot gets, well, stupid? You've got trouble, friend... TROUBLE MAGNET, that is. Written by Ryder Windham (Star Wars: Droids), with art and covers by Kilian Plunkett (UNKNOWN SOLDIER), the 4-issue TROUBLE MAGNET miniseries follows Witlock's adventures as the robot who always relied more on his artificial brain than his brawn discovers that brawn is all he has left. Someone's hijacked Witlock's brainpower, and his memories along with it, and if the increasingly dimwitted robot and his tech-proficient friends can't retrieve them soon, the loss will become permanent. Embarking on a dizzying journey from the bright lights of Las Vegas to the dark side of the Moon, only double-crossing mercenaries and a secret conspiracy stand between Witlock and his missing mind...  







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