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Subj: What happened in AoA #2 this week?
Posted: Tue Sep 10, 2019 at 03:52:46 pm EDT (Viewed 304 times)

Agents Of Atlas (2019-) #2 (of 5)

> PANDEMONIUM IN PAN! Through stunning science-magic teleportation tech, the visionary named ISAAC IKEDA has connected slices of neighborhoods from a dozen different Asian cities into the cross-Asian portal city of Pan. Is this new utopia a glorious pan-Asian multicultural dreamworld, free trade mecca, and tourism experience? Or is it a violation of hundreds of local and international laws, a magnet for monsters and maniacs, and a dangerous social experiment about to explode? AMADEUS CHO and the AGENTS OF ATLAS, as Pan’s new protectors, are about to find out! Also: Love is in the air! Which two Agents are about to melt the ice?

Did anyone read past the preview? What happened? Anything of note? How are those 3-4 new Asian superheroes fleshing out?

Jusdging by the preview, looks like Delphyne Gorgon won't get a second chance at Cho anytime soon. In 2 issues, it looks like Mike Nguyen of the Big Nguyen Company will more globally inflencial than Dario Agger at Roxxon ever was. And this incredibly outlandish to accept portal city of Pan is just like Cynosure, the fictional pan-dimensional city that exists within the First Comics multiverse from the pages of Grim Jack. The GROWING PUBLIC USE COMMONPLACE of 'teleportation' tech is also becoming very peeving on an 616 Earth that works best with a semblance (even if superficial) to that or IRL Earth.


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