A Matter of Size
A Super-Hero Tale by a DC Comics Writer. Who is killing the world's smallest super-heroes? Down-on-his-luck masked avenger Man-Child takes the case, but can he save the remaining Small Wonders from a killer with a twisted crush fetish? Man-Child takes on villainous Mammon and Stigmata without missing a beat, but his own dark secret might be enough to bring him down for good. Fighting through the shadows and gutters, Man-Child confronts the horrors of yesterday and today, learning a brutal lesson the hard way: even a size-changing super-hero can't afford to shrink from the darkness around him...or in the depths of his own heart. Don't miss this action-packed super-hero tale with a difference from Robert T. Jeschonek, whose work for DC Comics laid the foundation for this thrilling new adventure.
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