Born Orphans, Volume 1

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About Comics, 2004 - Comics & Graphic Novels - 166 pages
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Some are born to be heroes, and some are trained to be heroes, but not the DNAgents. No, they were manufactured. Matrix Incorporated brewed them in a laboratory to be super soldiers without souls. But nobody told them that. This is the first of a series of volumes chronicling the adventures of Surge, Tank, Rainbow, Amber, and Sham, five superheroes in teenage bodies venturing out into the world for the first time. They're well designed to handle the bad guys, but now they also have to handle life.

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About the author (2004)

Mark Evanier met Jack Kirby in 1969, worked as his assistant, and later became his official biographer. A writer and historian, Evanier has written more than 500 comics for Gold Key, DC Comics, and Marvel Comics, several hundred hours of television (including "Garfield") and is the author of several books including Mad Art (2002). He has three Emmy Award nominations, and received the Lifetime Achievement Award for animation from the Writers Guild of America.

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