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The Golden Age collides with The Silver Age when The Fighting Yank, Pyro-Man, Black Terror and a dozen other heroes of the 1940s are revived in 1965 as agents of a mysterious organization founded to counter an impending invasion from outer space!

Will Meugniot

Standard Comic
Full Color
Page Count: 24

This first preview issue showcases the first 24 pages of what will ultimately be a 100 page graphic novel. The new heroine, Pyro-Girl is given her first assignment, we see the 1940s origins of The Agents of E.A.R.T.H., and accompany The Fighting Yank and The Commando Cubs on a mission to destroy an alien base in Alaska during the final hours of World War Two.

The completists among you are also advised to check out the 64 page Black and White comic N.E.D.O.R. Agents which features the prototype of Agents of E.A.R.T.H., done 8 years ago.
Spoiler Alert! Since Nedor is 64 pages long, you’ll see a lot more of the story in its original form, but in rougher presentation.

Agents of E.A.R.T.H. (Emergency Anti-Alien Response Team Headquarters) brings back the thrills of The Silver Age in a story set in 1965 and done as a homage to the great comics of that wonderful year. The book’s notion is, what if the heroes of the Golden Age Standard/Nedor line had been revived in the 1960s? The Black Terror, Fighting Yank, Pyro-Man, Captain Future and many other heroes are reintroduced to the readers, 60s Style! Fighting alongside them are new characters, including Pyro-Girl, Candi Future, and The Fighting Yank, Jr in a story which spans 20 years. This preview issue incorporates the first 24 pages of what will ultimately be a 100 page graphic novel.


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