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Cyborg 009 (GN 9 of 10)
Title: Cyborg 009
Volume: GN 9 / 10
Release date: 2005-01-11
Suggested retail price: $9.99
Age rating: 13+
ISBN-10: 1595323937 1595323937
ISBN-13: 9781595323934 9781595323934
009 has double vision when he sees two Helens--although their faces aren't launching a thousand ships, they sink 009 into a ball of confusion. The rest of our alloy alliance is in for a double--crossing. While closing in on the Black Ghost, a member of gang zero--zero turns out to be a big fat zero!
(added on 2007-02-25, modified on 2007-02-25)
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