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D.P. 7 Classic, Vol. 1

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The Gru tackled the New and it's here for you! Before his history-making work on Captain America and Quasar, Mark Gruenwald helped build the New Universe from the ground up with an outcast cast of Seven Displaced Paranormals on a quest leading them into urban legends, domestic disasters, and teen terror.
Paperback, 224 pages
Published August 15th 2007 by Marvel
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mark monday
Jun 05, 2015 mark monday rated it really liked it
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I'm 44, which probably means I shouldn't be reading as many comics as I do; more importantly, it means I spent my teen years in the 1980s. for me there are two 80s. there's the 80s that I usually think of when contemplating that decade: a dark, hair-gelled place full of the excesses of corporate greed, a generally cynical and jaded feeling to the times, cyberpunk, Blade Runner, American Psycho (which was actually published in 1991), and venal talking heads like Ronald Reagan.

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Nicholas
May 17, 2013 Nicholas rated it liked it
D.P. 7 was one of the New Universe series that Marvel released in the 80s. Like all of the titles, it proposed the question "What would you do if you woke up and found you had super powers?"

In D.P. 7, the most common answer seemed to be crap yourself, and then try to get rid of them. This group of diverse individuals, from all backgrounds, find themselves in a clinic that proposes to help them learn to cope with their new-found abilities. Relationships formed and broken, secrets are learned, and
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Dec 26, 2012 Tabitha Bathory rated it really liked it
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A real bang to a start a great tale of rag-tag misadventures as a bunch of humans get super charged with strange powers, and break the forth comic wall while doing it. Can't wait to read the next volume!
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